proportion

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Englisch - Türkisch
orantı

İki nesne arasındaki çekim kuvveti iki kütlenin ürünü ile orantılıdır ve onların kütle merkezleri arasındaki mesafeyle ters orantılıdır. - The force of gravity between two objects is proportional to the product of the two masses, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between their centers of mass.

Ceza suça orantılı olmalı. - The punishment should be proportionate to the crime.

oran

Çıkıştaki akış hızı, çıkış kapakçığının etrafındaki basınç farkıyla orantılıdır. - The exit flowrate is proportional to the pressure difference around the exit valve.

Bilimsel bilginin her artışıyla insanın kötülük için gücü iyilik için gücü gibi aynı oranda artırılır. - With every increase of scientific knowledge, man's power for evil is increased in the same proportion as his power for good.

yüzde
(Tıp) proporsiyon
çekim

İki nesne arasındaki çekim kuvveti iki kütlenin ürünü ile orantılıdır ve onların kütle merkezleri arasındaki mesafeyle ters orantılıdır. - The force of gravity between two objects is proportional to the product of the two masses, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between their centers of mass.

orantılamak
kısmı

Herhangi bir ülkedeki suçun büyük kısmı 10' lu 20' li yaşlardaki genç erkekler tarafından işlenmektedir. - A high proportion of crime in any country is perpetrated by young males in their teens and twenties.

endaze
ç.boyutlar
pay
bölüm

Robert, karın küçük bir bölümünü aldı.. - Robert got a small proportion of the profit.

kısım
{i} miktar

Yaptığınız işin miktarı ile orantılı olarak para alırsınız. - You get paid in proportion to the amount of the work you do.

{i} uyum
{i} nispet
{i} simetri
{i} nicelik
{f} orantılı hale getirmek
{i} hisse
birbirine uyumlu kılmak
oran,v.orantı kur: n.oran
boyutlar
uzunluk ve derinliği
{i} mat. orantı
iki çift nicelik arasındaki nispet eşitliği
bir cismin genişlik
oran- tı
ebat
{f} ayarlamak
{f} oranlamak
{i} oran, orantı, nispet: the proportion of births to population nüfusa göre doğum oranı
kadar
proportion correctly
dozunu ayarlamak
proportion of ingredients
bileşenler oranı
proportion of porous
gözenek miktarı
in proportion to
oranla
proportionately
orantılı olarak
in proportion
oranla
in proportion
orantılı olarak

Gelir vergisi oranı maaş artışı ile orantılı olarak artar. - The income tax rate increases in proportion to the salary increase.

Yaptığınız işin miktarı ile orantılı olarak para alırsınız. - You get paid in proportion to the amount of the work you do.

in proportion as
oranla
in proportion to
nispetle e göre
in proportion to
nispetle
in proportion to
-e oranla
in proportion to
e nazaran
in proportion to
oranında
proportionate
uygun
proportioning
dozaj
proportions
boyutlar
in proportion
mantıklı bir şekilde
in proportion to
e oranlı olarak
out of proportion
mantıksızca
out of proportion to
ile oransız
proportionate
orantılı

O, orantılı bir figüre sahip. - She has a proportionate figure.

Ceza suça orantılı olmalı. - The punishment should be proportionate to the crime.

proportionately
oranlı olarak
proportioning
oranlama
a large proportion of the profits
kârın büyük bir bölümü
bear no proportion
hiçbir oran ayı
blow out of proportion
oran darbe çıkışı
blow out of proportion
(deyim) Abartmak, aşırı tepki göstermek

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

blow out of proportion
abartmak
blow something out of proportion
(deyim) Abartmak, aşırı tepki göstermek

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

blow sth out of proportion
dışarı oran darbe sth
blow things out of proportion
(deyim) Olayları abartmak
equivalent proportion (chemistry)
eşdeğer oranda (kimya)
geometric proportion
geometrik orantı
in direct proportion to
doğru orantılı

Prices of white goods increased in direct proportion to the increase of demand.

keep things in proportion
her şey orantılı olsun
proportioned
tenasüp
blow out of proportion
abartmak (durumu vb)
blow out of proportion
büyütmek (durumu vb)
in proportion as
oranında
in proportion as
nispetinde
in proportion to
nazaran
in proportion to
nispeten
in proportion to
-e oranlı olarak
in proportion to
-e oranla, -e göre
lack of proportion
oransızlık
mix proportion
(Askeri) karışım yüzdesi
nominal mix proportion
anılan karışım oranı
out of proportion
oransız, orantısız
proportionate
proportionatenessorantılılık
proportioned
belirli oranlara sahip olan
proportions
orantılı hale getir
resemblance proportion
benzeşim oranı
sense of proportion
göz kararı
sense of proportion
oran kavramı
Englisch - Englisch
harmonious relation of parts to each other or to the whole
the relation of one part to another or to the whole with respect to magnitude, quantity, or degree
A statement of equality between two ratios
To set or render in proportion
a quantity of something that is part of the whole amount or number
proper or equal share
{i} ratio; part, portion; rate; dimension, size; percentage; balance
{n} an equal part, ratio, symmetry, size
{v} to adjust parts, fit, suit, set
To divide into equal or just shares; to apportion
The proportion of one kind of person or thing in a group is the number of people or things of that kind compared to the total number of people or things in the group. The proportion of women in the profession had risen to 17.3%
ratio of one thing to another, as in: The proportion of women to men using the Internet is increasing
An equation stating that two ratios are equal The first and last terms are the extremes; the middle terms are the means
in painting, sculpture and architecture, the ratio between the respective parts and the whole work The following are important: 1 the Canon of Proportion, a mathematical formula establishing ideal proportions of the various parts of the human body The unit of measurement is usually the relationship of the head to the torso (1: 7 or 1: 10); 2 the golden section, a line C divided into a small section A and a larger section B, so that A: B are in the same relationship as B: C; 3 the quadrature, which uses the square as a unit of measurement; 4 triangulation, which uses an equilateral triangle in order to determine important points in the construction; and 5 harmonic proportions, an analogy with the way sounds are produced on stringed instruments, for example an octave = 1: 2 (the difference in pitch between two strings, one half the length of the other), a fifth = 2: 3, a fourth = 3: 4
A relationship between two ratios in which the first ratio is always equal to the second
magnitude or extent; "a building of vast proportions"
the quotient obtained when the magnitude of a part is divided by the magnitude of the whole
If one thing increases or decreases in proportion to another thing, it increases or decreases to the same degree as that thing. The pressure in the cylinders would go up in proportion to the boiler pressure
the number in a special group divided by the total number -- "What proportion of the mammals were giraffes?" (203)
The proportion of one amount to another is the relationship between the two amounts in terms of how much there is of each thing. Women's bodies tend to have a higher proportion of fat to water. = ratio
give pleasant proportions to; "harmonize a building with those surrounding it"
To adjust in a suitable proportion, as one thing or one part to another; as, to proportion the size of a building to its height; to proportion our expenditures to our income
If you get something out of proportion, you think it is more important or worrying than it really is. If you keep something in proportion, you have a realistic view of how important it is. Everything just got blown out of proportion We've got to keep this in proportion. to put something in a particular relationship with something else according to their relative size, amount, position etc proportion sth to sth
A statement of equality between two rations
balance among the parts of something
A proportion of a group or an amount is a part of it. A large proportion of the dolphins in that area will eventually die A proportion of the rent is met by the city council
If you refer to the proportions of something, you are referring to its size, usually when this is extremely large. In the tropics plants grow to huge proportions
adjust in size relative to other things
The fraction, ratio, or percent indicating the part of the sample or the population having a particular trait of interest
{f} separate into portions; adjust in size relative to other parts; bring into proper relation
Size measured against other elements or against a mental norm or standard A ratio
An equation stating that two ratios are equal For example
The mathematical relationship between parts of a building and between parts of a building element (eg, window)
Harmonic relation between parts, or between different things of the same kind; symmetrical arrangement or adjustment; symmetry; as, to be out of proportion
A proportion is an equality of two quotients (or ratios), usually involving an unknown to be solved Example: 6 : x = 5 : 4 or 6 x = 5 4 Hence: 5x = 24 x = 4 8
The relationship of one object to another
The equality or similarity of ratios, especially of geometrical ratios; or a relation among quantities such that the quotient of the first divided by the second is equal to that of the third divided by the fourth; called also geometrical proportion, in distinction from arithmetical proportion, or that in which the difference of the first and second is equal to the difference of the third and fourth
If something is small or large in proportion to something else, it is small or large when compared with that thing. Children tend to have relatively larger heads than adults in proportion to the rest of their body
refers to the relationships of the size of the objects in a body of work Proportion helps with the illusion of perspective in two-dimensional work; e g small size relates to far distance
A statement of equality between two ratios (Lesson 12 1)
If you say that something is out of all proportion to something else, you think that it is far greater or more serious than it should be. The punishment was out of all proportion to the crime
The balanced relationship of parts of a building, landscape, and structures to each other and to the whole
Principle of design concerned with the relationship of one object to another with respect to size, amount, number and degree
Two quantities are directly proportional if doubling one of them has the effect of doubling the other On a graph we get a straight line through the origin
A relation of one part to the whole with respect to size, quantity, or degree
the quotient obtained when the magnitude of a part is divided by the magnitude of the whole adjust in size relative to other things give pleasant proportions to; "harmonize a building with those surrounding it
Design concept expressing an element's relationship of length to width
The relation or adaptation of one portion to another, or to the whole, as respect magnitude, quantity, or degree; comparative relation; ratio; as, the proportion of the parts of a building, or of the body
The rule of three, in arithmetic, in which the three given terms, together with the one sought, are proportional
In any composition, the relationship between the parts to each other and to the whole
A type of ratio in which the numerator is included in the denominator The ratio of a part to the whole, expressed as a ``decimal fraction'' (e g , 0 2), as a fraction (1/5), or, loosely, as a percentage (20%)
The size relationships of one part to the whole and of one part to another
The portion one receives when a whole is distributed by a rule or principle; equal or proper share; lot
harmonious arrangement or relation of parts or elements within a whole (as in a design); "in all perfectly beautiful objects there is found the opposition of one part to another and a reciprocal balance"- John Ruskin magnitude or extent; "a building of vast proportions"
To form with symmetry or suitableness, as the parts of the body
The relation of one part to another, and each part to the whole, in respect of size, whether of height, width, length, or depth
An equality between two ratios
The size relationship between the parts of an image and the whole
A part considered comparatively; a share
proportion/proportionality
In algebra, equality between two ratios. In the expression a/b = c/d, a and b are in the same proportion as c and d. For example, if one triangle is twice the size of a second, then each side of the first triangle is in the same proportion to the corresponding side of the second as 2 is to
proportion/proportionality
A proportion is typically set up to solve a word problem in which one of its four quantities is unknown. It is solved by multiplying one numerator by the opposite denominator and equating the product to that of the other numerator and denominator. The term proportionality describes any relationship that is always in the same ratio. The number of apples in a crop, for example, is proportional to the number of trees in the orchard, the ratio of proportionality being the average number of apples per tree
blow out of proportion
To overreact to or overstate; to treat too seriously or be overly concerned with

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

divine proportion
A less common name for the golden section
out of all proportion
Alternative form of out of proportion
out of proportion
Not in a proper or pleasing relation to other things, especially in terms of size

I only said that she wasn't as young as she used to be, and her response was out of proportion.

proportionate
harmonious and symmetrical
proportionate
In proportion; proportional; commensurable
proportionately
In a proportionate manner; with due proportion; proportionally
proportions
plural form of proportion
proportions
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of proportion
proportions
A person's figure
proportionate
being in proportion
proportionably
{a} according to due proportion
proportionate
{v} to adjust by a ratio
proportionate
{a} proportional, correspondent
blow out of proportion
(deyim) Treat something as more serious than it really is
blow out of proportion
(deyim) To overreact or overstate something; to treat something too seriously or worry too much about it

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

blow something out of proportion
(deyim) To overreact or overstate something; to treat something too seriously or worry too much about it

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

blow something out of proportion
(deyim) Treat something as more serious than it really is

Aren't you getting things rather out of proportion?.

blew out of proportion
exaggerated, attached more significance than is realistic
case-fatality proportion
the number of cases of a disease ending in death divided by the number of cases of the disease; usually expressed as a percentage or as the number of deaths per 1000 cases
case-to-infection proportion
the number of cases of a disease divided by the number of infections with the agent that causes the disease
direct proportion
clearly connected
geometrical proportion
relation between geometrical objects
in proportion to
agreeing in amount, magnitude, or degree; "the figures are large but the corresponding totals next year will be larger"
inverse proportion
inverse ratio, relationship between values such that as one increases the other decreases in a proportionate fashion
kept things in proportion
did not blow things out of proportion, kept things in their proper perspective
law of constant proportion
(chemistry) law stating that every pure substance always contains the same elements combined in the same proportions by weight
out of proportion
not in proportion, exaggerated
proportionably
proportionally, correspondingly; harmoniously, in a balanced manner
proportionably
Proportionally
proportionate
being in due proportion
proportionate
agreeing in amount, magnitude, or degree; "the figures are large but the corresponding totals next year will be larger"
proportionate
{s} relative; corresponding
proportionate
To make proportionate
proportionate
proportionable
proportionate
Adjusted to something else according to a proportion; proportional
proportionate
exhibiting equivalence or correspondence among constituents of an entity or between different entities
proportionate
Proportionate means the same as proportional. Republics will have voting rights proportionate to the size of their economies + proportionately pro·por·tion·ate·ly We have significantly increased the number of people in education but the size of the classes hasn't changed proportionately. proportional
proportionate
To make proportional; to adjust according to a settled rate, or to due comparative relation; to proportion; as, to proportionate punishment to crimes
proportionately
to a proportionate degree; "the height of this wall must be reduced proportionately to give the room pleasant dimensions"
proportionately
in proportion
proportionately
to a proportionate degree; "the height of this wall must be reduced proportionately to give the room pleasant dimensions
proportionately
relatively; in a proportional manner, correspondingly
proportionately
in proportion to a proportionate degree; "your salary will rise proportionately to your workload" to a proportionate degree; "the height of this wall must be reduced proportionately to give the room pleasant dimensions
proportionately
in proportion to a proportionate degree; "your salary will rise proportionately to your workload"
proportionately
to a proportionate degree; "your salary will rise proportionately to your workload"
proportioned
used to talk about how correct, attractive, suitable etc something is in its size or shape well/badly/beautifully etc proportioned
proportioned
past of proportion
proportioning
present participle of proportion
proportions
general category describing the various cut parameters of a gemstone
proportions
Measurements and ratios, such as the ratio between the diameter and the depth of a stone, that affect the brilliance of the gem
proportions
A persons figure
proportions
third-person singular of proportion
proportions
The relationships in size of features to each other For example, we can visually measure the width of the mouth compared to the width of an eye We see that five eyes would fit across the eye-level line when viewing the face frontally We see that the mouth in width repeats the distance between the pupils of the eyes These observations have been handed down to us from the early renaissance, and the explosion of anatomical knowledge, largely credited to Leonardo Da Vinci
proportions
plural of proportion
put things in proportion
put things in their proper perspective, saw the situation for what it was, gave the matter the proper amount of importance and/or consideration
was blown out of proportion
grew to a monstrous size, was inflated, was exaggerated
proportion
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