primitive

Englisch - Türkisch
ilkel

Onlar bu ilkel aletleri kullandılar. - They used those primitive tools.

İlkel hesap makineleri, bilgisayarlar geliştirilmeden uzun zaman önce vardı. - Primitive calculating machines existed long before computers were developed.

yabanıl
{i} ilk insan
{i} primitif
{s} basit
{s} ilk

Büyü, ilkel toplumda önemli bir rol oynar. - Magic plays an important part in primitive society.

İlkel toplumlarda takas kullanılmıştır. - In primitive societies barter was used.

kurala bağlı olmayıp işitilerek öğrenilen kelime
(Tıp) Ham, kaba, işlenmemiş
(Tıp) 1.Gelişecek olan bir şeyin ilk şekli, embriyo'da herhangi bir organ veya oluşumun başlangıçtaki taslak şekli
kurala bağlı olmayan
{i} yapmacıksız ve kendi kendini yetiştirmiş ressam
(Tıp) Gelişmemiş, ilkel, basit, iptidai (toplum v.s.)
bir denklemin basit ve esas şekli
ilkel sanata benzer resim yapa
{i} kök sözcük
türetilmemiş
kaba
evvelki
{s} ilk çağa ait
eski usul
(Matematik) genel çözüm
temel
birincil
pirimitif
karataş
primitive accumulation
(Felsefe) ilk birikim
primitive language
kök dil
primitive economy
ilkel ekonomi
primitive area
doğal yöre
primitive cell
primitive colours
(Fotoğrafçılık) ilkel renkler
primitive cubic
(Kimya) basit kübik
primitive file
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) ilkel kütük
primitive file
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) ilkel dosya
primitive life
ilkel yaşam
primitive plough
karasaban
primitive production method
(Ticaret) ilkel üretim metodu
primitive reflex
ilkel refleks
primitive reflexes
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ilkel refleksler
primitive superego
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ilkel süperego
primitive worms
ilkel solucanlar
primitives
(Bilgisayar) temel
society primitive
ilkel toplum
arbitrative primitive signal
arbitrative ilkel sinyali
primitives
ilkelleri
to primitive
iptidaiye
graphics primitive
çizim temel öğesi
primitively
ilkelce
primitively
z. ilkelce
primitiveness
basitlik
primitiveness
{i} ilkellik
Englisch - Englisch
A function whose derivative is a given function; an antiderivative
Of or pertaining to the beginning or origin, or to early times; original; primordial; primeval; first; as, primitive innocence; the primitive church
A basic geometric shape from which more complex shapes can be constructed
An original or primary word; a word not derived from another, as opposed to derivative
A data type that is built into the programming language, as opposed to more complex structures
Original; primary; radical; not derived; as, primitive verb in grammar
Of or pertaining to a former time; old-fashioned; characterized by simplicity; as, a primitive style of dress
Occurring in or characteristic of an early stage of development or evolution
pertaining to the beginning or early times
If you describe something as primitive, you mean that it is very simple in style or very old-fashioned. It's using some rather primitive technology. sophisticated. an artist who paints simple pictures like those of a child
{a} ancient, original, native, formal
{a} ancient, original, prior
The simplest type of solid, including the slab, sphere, cylinder, cone, torus, and wedge
Of or pertaining to a former time; old- fashioned; characterized by simplicity; as, a primitive style of dress
A data type that is part of the JScript language and manipulated by value The data types in JScript considered to be primitive are number, Boolean, string, and function Objects and arrays are not primitive data types
(1) (n ) Basic computer instruction at the machine level (2) (n ) In computer graphics, a fundamental shape or object used primarily in the construction of more complex objects Graphics primitives include point, line segment, polyline, circle, ellipse, triangle, square, and rectangle
A low level software component upon which other more complex components are built For example, letters could be viewed as the primitives upon which words and sentences are built
Representation of an element that is frequently used in a LEGO part Example - STUD DAT These files are used in place of creating the element each time it is used in a parts file They reside in the P subdirectory of the LDRAW folder
A term used for the early sub-species of Equus Caballus: the Asian Wild Horse, the Tarpan, the Forest Horse and the Tundra Horse
A category of an ontology that cannot be defined in terms of other categories in the same ontology An example of a primitive is the concept type Point in Euclid's geometry The meaning of a primitive is not determined by a closed-form definition, but by axioms that specify how it is related to other primitives A category that is primitive in one ontology might not be primitive in a refinement of that ontology
{s} old, ancient; primeval, from prehistoric times; simple, crude; original, initial; uncivilized, uncultured
We say that an object B is more primitive than another object A when the implementation of A involves instances of B The implementation techniques that we use require the relation "more primitive than" to be a partial ordering When referring to a primitive object we mean that no other objects are more primitive Primitive Keykos objects are implemented in the kernel
the quality of not being subdivided; atomic
Primitivity has two meanings, a primary meaning and a derived meaning used only in non-prime Galois fields: A primitive element in a group is an element whose powers exhaust the entire group Thus 3 is primitive in the group of units mod 7 as 1=36, 2=32, 3=31, 4=34, 5=35, and 6=33, but 2 is not primitive in this group as there is no exponent e such that 3=2e (mod 7) More commonly we say that 3 is primitive mod 7 but 2 is not We say that the polynomial p(x) is primitive (mod some finite base field F) if the element x is primitive (in the previous sense) in the group of units of the polynomials mod p(x) Thus we say that the polynomial x2+x+1 is primitive mod 2 as x=x1, x+1=x2, and 1=x3 However, the same polynomial is not primitive mod 5 as 1=x3(mod p)
a word serving as the basis for inflected or derived forms; "pick' is the primitive from which picket' is derived" a mathematical expression from which another expression is derived a person who belongs to early stage of civilization used of preliterate or tribal or nonindustrial societies; "primitive societies" of or created by one without formal training; simple or naive in style; "primitive art such as that by Grandma Moses is often colorful and striking
{i} early man, one of the first humans; painter from period before the Renaissance
A built-in function; one that is supplied with AutoLISP, such as setq, defun, or getpoint
An instance of a component master and the lowest logic level on a circuit Many primitive instances can share the same component master (TI*)
The smallest component of VPF, of which all features are composed There are three geometric primitives (nodes, edges, faces) and one cartographic primitive (text)
An abstract, implementation independent, interaction between a layer service user and a layer service provider
An element of the services provided by one entity to another
in studies of the solar system, an object or rock that has remained chemically unchanged since it formed (solidified) about 4 6 billion years ago The object holds a record of the very early conditions from which the rest of the solar system (Sun, planets, moons) formed
An original or primary word; a word not derived from another; opposed to derivative
An element in a Radiance scene description, which consists of a modifier, type, identifier, and zero or more parameters (See the Radiance reference manual on the CD-ROM for syntax and semantics )
A property that is stored in a CLOS object slot
not derived; original, primary Of or relating to the earliest age or period (primeval) Little evolved and closely approximating an early ancestral type Elemental, natural of or relating to a relatively simple people or culture
An original or primary word; a word not derived from another; -- opposed to derivative
a mathematical expression from which another expression is derived a person who belongs to early stage of civilization used of preliterate or tribal or nonindustrial societies; "primitive societies"
One of a group of widgets that usually do not have children
Describes a character state that is present in the common ancestor of a clade A primitive character state is inferred to be the original condition of that character within the clade under consideration For example, "presence of hair" is a primitive character state for all mammals, whereas the "hairlessness" of whales is a derived state for one subclade within the Mammalia
little evolved from or characteristic of an earlier ancestral type; "archaic forms of life"; "primitive mammals"; "the okapi is a short-necked primitive cousin of the giraffe"
This refers to something at the lowest level of detail; elemental For example to a program, addition is a primitive operation of the hardware Although from the point of view of the hardware it may be complex
a word serving as the basis for inflected or derived forms; "pick' is the primitive from which picket' is derived"
Primitive means belonging to a society in which people live in a very simple way, usually without industries or a writing system. studies of primitive societies
used of preliterate or tribal or nonindustrial societies; "primitive societies"
of or created by one without formal training; simple or naive in style; "primitive art such as that by Grandma Moses is often colorful and striking"
a mathematical expression from which another expression is derived
of or created by one without formal training; simple or naive in style; "primitive art such as that by Grandma Moses is often colorful and striking
undeveloped or in early stages of development, undifferentiated
a person who belongs to early stage of civilization
As opposed to civilized The notion of "culture" has freed us somewhat of the rigidity of the opposition between the primitive and the civilized Conventionally, hunter-gatherer cultures are primitive; agriculture would mark the beginning of civilization
(n or adj ) A term used primarily to describe the fundamental geometric forms used for building 3-D CAD models Primitives are typically defined parametrically or with single-sweep operations Primitives are used as tool solids in Boolean operations
Primitive means belonging to a very early period in the development of an animal or plant. primitive whales It is a primitive instinct to flee a place of danger
belonging to an early stage of technical development; characterized by simplicity and (often) crudeness; "the crude weapons and rude agricultural implements of early man"; "primitive movies of the 1890s"; "primitive living conditions in the Appalachian mountains"
pristine
primeval
Primitive Methodist
A member of an early evangelical form of Methodism
Primitive Methodists
plural form of Primitive Methodist
primitive concept
A concept that cannot be defined in terms of other concepts
primitive concepts
plural form of primitive concept
primitive recursion
The operator \rho\, that creates a new function from two functions g\, and h\, such that: \begin{align}
primitive recursion
Recursion to a fixed depth
primitive recursive
Of a function, capable of being constructed from the zero function, successor function, and projection functions, by a finite number of applications of composition and recursion
primitive type
A data type provided by a programming language as a basic building block, such as integer, character or Boolean
primitive types
plural form of primitive type
primitive art
art created by primitive man; artistic works produced by an untrained or unsophisticated artist
primitive painting
painting created by early man, childish mural
New Zealand primitive frog
A group of frogs in the Leiopelmatidae family, which are every small and extra vertebrae to other frogs
primitive.
priscan
primitively
{a} originally, primarily, at first
primitiveness
{n} antiquity, affected formality
primitively
in a primitive style or manner; "rather primitively operated foundries" with reference to the origin or beginning
primitively
Originally; at first
primitively
In a primitive manner
primitively
in an unsophisticated manner, crudely
primitively
Primarily; not derivatively
primitively
in a primitive style or manner; "rather primitively operated foundries"
primitively
According to the original rule or ancient practice; in the ancient style
primitively
with reference to the origin or beginning
primitiveness
{i} antiquity, oldness; crudeness, simpleness; state of being uncivilized
primitiveness
The quality or state of being primitive; conformity to primitive style or practice
primitiveness
The quality or state of being primitive
primitives
{i} (Graphics) most basic geometric shapes (lines, points, squares, and circles); simplest elements of a computer program (Programming); basic commands (in Machine Language)
primitives
A set of policies for evaluating traffic on a network Primitives are divided into three types (Policing, Marking, Shaping)
primitives
Standard geometric 3D objects - sphere, cube, cone, cylinder, square and plane Generic primitives are often used as building blocks for making more complex models
primitives
The building blocks of solids modeling, such as box, wedge, cone, sphere, torus, and cylinder
primitives
Simple predefined geometric shapes that ANSYS provides A rectangle primitive, for example defines the following solid model entities in one step: one area, four lines, and four keypoints
primitives
Primitives are the building blocks of CSG raytracing They are geometric objects which can be defined using few parameters The ones that we'll be considering are described in the CSG primitives section
primitives
plural of primitive
primitives
The two-letter, lower case instructions groff uses as its native command language, and out of which macros are built
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Definition von primitive im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

ilkel primitive gibi
(Biyokimya) primordial
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