resourceful

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} her işin altından kalkar
işi bilen
uyanık
{s} her şeye çare bulur
{s} becerikli

Tom çok becerikli değil, değil mi? - Tom isn't very resourceful, is he?

Tom becerikli görünüyor. - Tom seems to be resourceful.

{s} zengin kaynaklı

Ben Tom'un zengin kaynaklı olduğunu düşünürüm. - I think Tom is resourceful.

resource
{i} kaynak

Sınırlı kaynaklarımız var. - We have limited resources.

Su yasası bir kaynak olarak suya sahip olma, kontrolü ve kullanımı ile ilgili hukuk alanıdır. - Water law is the field of law dealing with the ownership, control, and use of water as a resource.

resource
{i} olanak
resource
yetenek
resourcefulness
beceriklilik
resource
özkaynak
resource
(Ticaret) finansal kaynak
resource
(Bilgisayar) kaynak yazılım
resource
(Askeri) müracaat vasıtası
resource
kuvvet
resource
(Ticaret) varlık
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zenginlik
resource
beceriklilik
resource
güç
resource
(Ticaret) aktif
resource
çare
resource
umar
resourcefulness
Zengin kaynaklara sahip olma; beceriklilik, her şeye çare bulur olma hali
resource
vasıta
resource
oyalayıcı şey
resource
yardımına başvurulacak kimse
resource
çözüm bulma yeteneği
resource
beceri

Tom becerikli görünüyor. - Tom seems resourceful.

Tom çok becerikli, değil mi? - Tom is very resourceful, isn't he?

resource
uğraş
resource
araçlar
resource
olanaklar
resource
beceri/hobi/çare/kaynak
resource
kaynak kaynak yazılım
resource
(Askeri) ÇARE, MÜRACAAT VASITASI, KAYNAK: Yeni ve yedek ikmal kaynağı, ihtiyaç halinde kullanılacak yeni veya ek bir stok
resource
inner resources manevi kuvvet
resource
{i} kaynak: natural resources doğal kaynaklar
resource
halletme yeteneği
resource
mali vasıtalar
resource
natural resources doğal kaynaklar
resource
{i} eğlence
Englisch - Englisch
Capable or clever; able to put available resources to efficient or ingenious use; using materials at hand wisely or efficiently

With a resourceful use of space and a fresh coat of paint, the room became a pleasant library with a comfortable seating area.

{s} enterprising, able to deal effectively with various situations
having inner resources; adroit or imaginative; "someone who is resourceful is capable of dealing with difficult situations"; "an able and resourceful politician"; "the most resourceful cook in town"
Full of resources
Someone who is resourceful is good at finding ways of dealing with problems. He was amazingly inventive and resourceful, and played a major role in my career + resourcefulness re·source·ful·ness Because of his adventures, he is a person of far greater experience and resourcefulness. good at finding ways of dealing with practical problems
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Something that one uses to achieve an objective, e.g. raw materials or personnel
resource
A person's capacity to deal with difficulty

a man/woman of resource.

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To supply with [[#Noun|resource]]s
resourcefulness
the ability to cope with difficult situations, or unusual problems
resource
that which is restored to, relied upon, or made available for aid or support
resource
{n} a resort, retreat, expedient, means
resource
a source of aid or support that may be drawn upon when needed; "the local library is a valuable resource" the ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; "a man of resource" available source of wealth; a new or reserve supply that can be drawn upon when needed
resource
An element of a database representing options or values for attributes of an application A resource is a triple consisting of a name, a class, and a value A name and class may consist of components, each identifying the name or class of a particular level of a hierarchy A widget can also have resources, whose values are derived from the resource database or set directly by the application
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Anything used by executable code, especially by applications Resources include images, sounds, icons, localized strings, archived user-interface objects, and various other things Mac OS X supports both Resource Manager–style resources and “per-file” resources Localized and nonlocalized resources are put in specific places within bundles
resource
Resources are typically those machines, tools, units, materials, energy, and personnel which are provided by the factory to be used or consumed in the production process Associated with each resource is some formal specification of its characteristics and capabilities
resource
Any document (URL), directory, or program that the server can access and send to a client
resource
(n ) A mechanism of the X Window system for specifying an attribute (appearance or behavior) of a window or application Resources are usually named after the elements they control
resource
In EMAP, an ecological entity that is identified as a target of sampling and is a group of general, broad ecosystem types or ecological entities sharing certain basic characteristics Seven such categories currently are identified within EMAP: estuaries, Great Lakes, inland surface waters, wetlands, forests, arid ecosystems, and agroecosystems These categories define the organizational structure of monitoring groups in EMAP and are the resources addressed by EMAP assessments A resource can be characterized as belonging to one of two types, discrete and extensive, that pose different problems of sampling and representation
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Any part of a computer system that can be used by a program as it runs Resources include memory, hard and floppy disks, networking components, the operating system, printers, and other output devices, as well as queues, security features, and other less well defined data structures In HTML, any URL, directory, or application that the server can access and send to a requesting client (Ref: Dyson, Dictionary of Networking)
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a source of aid or support that may be drawn upon when needed; "the local library is a valuable resource"
resource
{i} resourcefulness, ability to deal effectively with various situations
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The things needed to get a job done In a technological system, the basic technological resources are: energy, capital, information, machines and tools, materials, people, and time
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Resources are information that the author may provide for the student An example of such information may be a set of normal values for lab results This type of information is usually found in the "Help" option of the menu bar
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Something which is required to complete a task Resources are characterized by the fact that they have a limited time availability (e g an employee that works 8 hours a day, 5 days a week)
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—An addressable unit of data that is available for use by an application Resources include text strings, files, documents, vector drawings, bitmapped images, binary data, data streams, message queues, and query result sets In some contexts, application services themselves, such as Web services, are referred to as resources
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Something that one uses, especially in manufacturing of goods; a raw material
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Any information on the network that you might want to locate For example, a web page or a word-processing document iPlanet Compass Server locates and indexes resources so you can easily search for them In this context, resource and document are used to mean the same thing
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The resources of an organization or person are the materials, money, and other things that they have and can use in order to function properly. Some families don't have the resources to feed themselves properly
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the ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; "a man of resource"
resource
Any information on the network that you might want to locate For example, a web page or a word-processing document Netscape Compass Server locates and indexes resources so you can easily search for them In this context, resource and document are used to mean the same thing
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A country's resources are the things that it has and can use to increase its wealth, such as coal, oil, or land. resources like coal, tungsten, oil and copper. to provide money or other resources for something
resource
personnel
resource
{i} source of help; supply, stock; means of accomplishing a goal, expedient; resort
resource
Pecuniary means; funds; money, or any property that can be converted into supplies; available means or capabilities of any kind
resource
(1) A human-valued commodity or product provided through management of the land Resources may or may not have any commercial value They include timber, wildlife, water, minerals, recreation, scenery, aesthetics, and cultural (2) A source of supply (3) Anything useful to people directly or that facilitate use and satisfaction of human wants, be it animal, vegetable, mineral, a location, a labor force, etc Resources vary from commodities such as timber and minerals to amenities as scenery or scenic viewing points "Resource" is a highly relative concept, the precise definition of which changes depending upon the planning agent and the planning purpose For example, garbage is not a "resource" to those attempting to get rid of their wastes but it is a "resource" to those who are attempting to recover recyclable materials from it, provided existing regulations and separation technology permit them to do this economically
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Anything which can be used to handle a situation effectively and attain the desired outcome Resources can be internal, such as appropriate knowledge, skills, positive self-esteem, etc , or external, such as people or possessions
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A resource is a general term used to describe a physical device or software data structure that can only be accessed by one task at a time Examples of physical devices include printer, screen, disk, keyboard, tape, etc If, for example, access to the printer is not managed, various tasks can print to the printer and inter-leave their printout This problem is typically handled by a server task whose job is to accept messages from various tasks to print files In this way access to the printer is serialized and files are printed in an orderly fashion Consider a software data structure that contains data and the date and time at which the data was written If tasks are allowed to read and write to this structure at random, then one task may read the structure during the time that another task is updating the structure, with the result that the data may not be time stamped correctly This type of problem may also be solved by creating a server task to manage access to the structure
resource
available source of wealth; a new or reserve supply that can be drawn upon when needed
resource
A variable defined as part of the definition of a class Resource values in objects can be set by using a Create function or a SetValues function Resource values can be retrieved using a GetValues function
resource
"A resource can be anything that has identity Familiar examples include an electronic document, an image, a service (e g , 'today's weather report for Los Angeles'), and a collection of other resources The resource is the conceptual mapping to an entity or set of entities, not necessarily the entity which corresponds to that mapping at any particular instance in time Thus, a resource can remain constant even when its content---the entities to which it currently corresponds---changes over time, provided that the conceptual mapping is not changed in the process " [URI] In order to avoid a collision of the term entity within the URI and XML specifications, we use the term data object, content or document to refer to the actual bits being operated upon
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(Ticaret) An entity, such as personnel or equipment, that performs activities or services and normally has a cost associated with that performance
resource
That to which one resorts orr on which one depends for supply or support; means of overcoming a difficulty; resort; expedient
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An available supply of something that can be used There are natural resources, human resources, etc
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A resource is a physical object that is used by patrons and managed with your WebCheckout system Resources are most frequently pieces of equipment, such as cameras, overhead projectors, video cables, etc They may also be classrooms, video tapes, or books Anything that needs to be used by a group of people on a temporary basis can be managed by WebCheckout as a resource Resources can be reserved, checked out, renewed, and returned by patrons who have permission in WebCheckout to use them Resources are categorized based on what sort of thing they are, since different types of resources may have different attributes The basic resource categories are equipment, locations, or media See Also: Auto-circulating resource , Contained Resource, Container Resource, Serialized resource , Unserialized resource
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(1) Any facility of a computing system or operating system required by a job or task, including main storage, input/output devices, the processing unit, data sets, and control or processing programs (2) A binary data item that is linked to an executable file, a DLL, or some other binary file Typically a resource defines an interface component such as a dialog box, a menu, an icon, a font, a bitmap, or a cursor (3) Any element that requires translation, such as messages or online help
resource
Windows, pixmaps, cursors, fonts, graphics contexts, and colormaps are known as resources They all have unique identifiers associated with them for naming purposes The lifetime of a resource usually is bounded by the lifetime of the connection over which the resource was created
resource
something of value to be preserved, protected, and enhanced The Mississippi National River and Recreation Area act lists nationally significant historical, recreational, scenic, cultural, natural, economic, and scientific resources It is typical for Congress in establishing a new area to include in the enabling legislation a long list of overlapping resource categories, such as the one found in the MNRRA act The National Park Service normally defines resources in two broad categories (natural and cultural) for management purposes This plan includes a third broad management category, economic resources, to ensure that all items listed in the MNRRA act are addressed
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The term resource relates to any means or supplying what is needed, and usually refers to a stock that can be drawn on Resources are used to maintain the human metabolism (e g water and food), to provide shelter or satisfy other material needs (e g wood, metals, stone, energy, etc ), or to satisfy recreational and aesthetic needs (e g water for swimming, the scenic value of the landscape) To determine the (sustainable) use level, it is important to make a distinction between renewable resource and non-renewable resources
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An object (document, person, consumer item, etc ) you want to find by navigating a FacetMap A resource falls under one or more headings, which is how users find it In the wine demo, bottles of wine are the resources
resourcefulness
the quality of being able to cope with a difficult situation; "a man of great resourcefulness
resourcefulness
the ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; "a man of resource"
resourcefulness
{i} ingeniousness, quality of being enterprising, quality of being able to deal effectively with various situations
resourcefulness
the quality of being able to cope with a difficult situation; "a man of great resourcefulness"
resourceful
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