rooted

listen to the pronunciation of rooted
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} kökleşmiş
köklü
yerleşmiş
kemikleşmiş
{f} köklen
kök salmış (gibi)
{s} yer etmiş
(Hukuk) esaslı
(Hukuk) sabit
root
kök

Rusya, Polonya, Çek ve Bulgaristan'ın ortak Slav kökleri var. - Such languages as Russian, Polish, Czech and Bulgarian have common Slavic roots.

100'ün kare kökü kaç? - What's the square root of 100?

root
köken

Algebra kelimesi Arapça kökenlidir, değil mi? - The word 'algebra' has Arabic roots, right?

Rusça, Lehçe, Çekçe ve Bulgarca gibi dillerin ortak Slav kökenleri vardır. - Such languages as Russian, Polish, Czech and Bulgarian have common Slavic roots.

rooted to the soil
toprağa köklü
rooted to the spot
(deyim) kök salmış gibi
root
kök salmak
root
esas neden
root
altında yatan neden
root
burnu ile eşelemek
root
deşmek
root
akortta temel nota
root
eşelemek
root
(Dilbilim) dil kökü
root
çatı
root
köklendirmek
root
(Bilgisayar) root
root
cezir
root
(Argo) berbat etmek
root
kökten
root
ağaç kökü
root
toptan
deep rooted
kökleşmiş
deep-rooted
derin
deep-rooted
köklü
root
kaynak
root
köklenmek
root
(about/around/for ile) bir şey bulmak için altını üstüne getirmek
root
kökü olmak
root
kökeni ya da temeli olmak
root
(out ile) defetmek
root
kökünü kazımak
root
karıştırmak
root
yok etmek
single-rooted
tek köklü
tuberous-rooted
yumru köklü
be rooted in
-den ileri gelmek, kaynaklanmak, -e dayanmak
be rooted to the spot
noktaya dayanmalıdır
deep-rooted
(düşünce, inanış, yargı vs.) koku derinde, yerleşik
root
(Bilgisayar) Alan barındırma hizmetlerinde yayınlanacak dosyaların atılması gereken ana, kök dizin
stand rooted
köklü stand
deep rooted
köklü
root
temel

Problemin temeline gitmeliyiz. - We must get to the root of the problem.

root
yerleşmek
root
(Tıp) Kök (diş, kıl, tırnak, bitki vs), radix
root
dili desteklemek
root
merkez
root
kök tutmak
root
root up kökünden sökmek
root
{f} kökleşmek
root
roo ara/yerleştir/kök sal
root
kök,v.köklen: n.kök
root
{f} kökleştirmek
root
altında yatan n
root
{f} kökleştirmek, tutturmak; kökleşmek, tutmak
root
{f} çakmak
root
{f} araştırmak
Englisch - Englisch
Of a tree, having a root
broken, damaged, non-functional

I'm going to have to call a mechanic, my car's rooted.

To be in trouble or strife, screwed

I am absolutely rooted if Ferris finds out about this.

Whose root (superuser) account has been compromised
Fixed in one position; immobile; unable to move

She stayed rooted in place.

{a} fixed deep, radical, destroyed
If you say that one thing is rooted in another, you mean that it is strongly influenced by it or has developed from it. The crisis is rooted in deep rivalries between the two groups
If you are rooted to the spot, you are unable to move because you are very frightened or shocked. We just stopped there, rooted to the spot
Obtaining access to the superuser account (root)
{s} having roots; fixed in place, firmly set in place; spellbound, fascinated; (Slang) very tired, exhausted; frustrated (Slang)
If someone has deeply rooted opinions or feelings, they believe or feel something extremely strongly and are unlikely to change. Racism is a deeply rooted prejudice which has existed for thousands of years. see also deep-rooted
absolutely still; "frozen with horror"; "they stood rooted in astonishment"
Having taken root; firmly implanted; fixed in the heart
rooted to the spot
Be unable to move: "She was rooted to the spot with fear/amazement."
deep-rooted
well established; long standing; deep-seated
deep-rooted
having deep roots
root
A sexual partner
root
The part of a hair near the skin that has not been dyed, permed, or otherwise treated
root
The person who manages accounts on a UNIX system
root
The highest directory of a directory structure which may contain both files and subdirectories. In PC-based systems the number of entries in a root directory may be limited whereas the number entries in subdirectories is unlimited
root
The single node of a tree that has no parent
root
To have sexual intercourse
root
To rummage, to search as if by digging in soil, to root out
root
The part of a hair under the skin that holds the hair in place
root
A word from which another word or words are derived
root
The primary lexical unit of a word, which carries the most significant aspects of semantic content and cannot be reduced into smaller constituents. Inflectional stems often derive from roots
root
The primary source

The love of money is the root of all evil.

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An act of sexual intercourse

Fancy a root?.

root
To cheer to show support for a sports team, etc

Let me root, root, root for the home team,.

root
In UNIX terminology, the first user account with complete access to the operating system and its configuration, found at the root of the directory structure
root
A square root (understood if no power is specified; in which case, “the root of” is often abbreviated to “root”)

Multiply by root 2.

root
The part of a plant, generally underground, that absorbs water and nutrients. thumb|Some roots (2)
root
take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for; "We all rooted for the home team"; "I'm pulling for the underdog"; "Are you siding with the defender of the title?"
root
Source
root
{n} the part from which vegetables spring, original or first cause, first ancestor, bottom
root
{v} to take root, impress, dig up, destroy
be rooted in
Have as a source or origin
deep-rooted
(of ideas, beliefs, prejudices, etc.) firmly fixed, implanted, or held; ingrained
deep rooted
deep seated, firmly fixed, anchored
deep-rooted
Deep-rooted means the same as deep-seated. long-term solutions to a deep-rooted problem. a deep-rooted habit, idea, belief etc is so strong in a person or society that it is very difficult to change or destroy it deep-seated
deep-rooted
(used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held; "deep-rooted prejudice"; "deep-seated differences of opinion"; "implanted convictions"; "ingrained habits of a lifetime"; "a deeply planted need
deeply rooted in
firmly implanted in, firmly established in
fibrous-rooted begonia
any of numerous begonias having fibrous rather than tuberous or rhizomatous roots
root
as in the ivy, or may hang loosely in the air, as in some epiphytic orchids
root
(botany) the usually underground organ that lacks buds or leaves or nodes; absorbs water and mineral salts; usually it anchors the plant to the ground a number that when multiplied by itself some number of times equals a given number take root and begin to grow; "this plant roots quickly"
root
The underground part of a plant that absorbs water, obtains and stores nutrients, and provides anchoring support in the soil
root
the set of values that give a true statement when substituted into an equation
root
1: The 'base' or bottom of a system e g the 'root directory' is the lowest possible directory in a filesystem, and in X11 the 'root window' is the background on which all other windows are drawn 2: In Unix, the user 'root' is the user that owns the system and has full superuser power
root
Hence, to seek for favor or advancement by low arts or groveling servility; to fawn servilely
root
In a web site, the root directory is the root for the site, NOT the root directory for the disk (usually C: \) The server root is the highest level directory that is read by the server, and therefore the highest level directory that can be accessed by remote browsers The root is set by the server software, and all directories for the site must be subdirectories of the root S
root
The cause or occasion by which anything is brought about; the source
root
as, the root crop
root
The area of a blade nearest to the hub Generally the thickest and widest part of the blade
root
The roots of a plant are the parts of it that grow under the ground. the twisted roots of an apple tree
root
A root of a tree is the vertex in a tree such that there is a uniques route from the root to any other vertex in the tree In a digraph, if a root exists, it is unique If the tree is undirected, the any vertex can be a root [reftucker, p 80]
root
To turn up or to dig out with the snout; as, the swine roots the earth
root
take root and begin to grow; "this plant roots quickly"
root
To tear up by the root; to eradicate; to extirpate; with up, out, or away
root
(1) An administrative account with special privileges For example, only the root account can load kernel extensions (2) In graph theory, the base of a tree (3) root directory: The base of a file system tree (4) root file system: The primary file system off which a computer boots, so named because it includes the root node of the file system tree
root
a simple form inferred as the common basis from which related words in several languages can be derived by linguistic processes
root
To be firmly fixed; to be established
root
cause to take roots plant by the roots come into existence, originate; "The problem roots in her depression
root
The <[ROOT]> Element is where the expansion process for nested elements begins Upon expansion the nested elements are replaced with their content
root
If you root a plant or cutting or if it roots, roots form on the bottom of its stem and it starts to grow. Most plants will root in about six to eight weeks Root the cuttings in a heated propagator
root
A square root (understood if no power is specified; in which case, "the root of" is often abbreviated to "root")
root
If someone puts down roots, they make a place their home, for example by taking part in activities there or by making a lot of friends there. When they got to Montana, they put down roots and built a life. = settle down
root
You can refer to the place or culture that a person or their family comes from as their roots. I am proud of my Brazilian roots
root
To turn up the earth with the snout, as swine
root
as a source of nourishment or support; that from which anything proceeds as if by growth or development; as, the root of a tooth, a nail, a cancer, and the like
root
The descending, and commonly branching, axis of a plant, increasing in length by growth at its extremity only, not divided into joints, leafless and without buds, and having for its offices to fix the plant in the earth, to supply it with moisture and soluble matters, and sometimes to serve as a reservoir of nutriment for future growth
root
The lower, usually underground, part of a plant It anchors the plant in the soil and absorbs water and mineral nutrients by means of the root hairs
root
This is the fictitious node that is the parent of all other nodes in the scene There is the concept of a root node so that the entire scene can be thought of as a tree, starting at the root
root
plant by the roots
root
The lowest place, position, or part
root
n (AS wyrt, root) the part of a plant, usually below the ground, that holds the plant in position, draws water and nutrients from the soil, stores food, and is typically non-green
root
the part of a tooth that is embedded in the jaw and serves as support (linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed; "thematic vowels are part of the stem"
root
The IA that issues the first certificate in a certification chain The root's public key must be known in advance by a certificate user in order to validate a certification chain The root 's public key is made trustworthy by some mechanism other than a certificate, such as by secure physical distribution
root
The part of a tooth extending into the bone holding the tooth in place
root
The part of a plant that usually grows below ground The root provides anchorage for aerial parts, absorbs water and mineral salts from the soil, conducts water and nutrients to other parts of the plant, and often stores food materials over winter
root
That which resembles a root in position or function, esp
root
The root of a hair or tooth is the part of it that is underneath the skin. decay around the roots of teeth
root
Root vegetables or root crops are grown for their roots which are large and can be eaten. root crops such as carrots and potatoes
root
Of a number or expression, a number which, when raised to a specified power, yields the specified number or expression
root
come into existence, originate; "The problem roots in her depression"
root
someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent)
root
the part of a tooth that is embedded in the jaw and serves as support
root
The specially privileged userid used to perform Unix system administration
root
The top of the Domain Name System (DNS) hierarchy Often referred to as the "dot "
root
The time which to reckon in making calculations
root
{i} part of a plant growing underground which anchors the plant and absorbs water and nutrients; part which anchors; source, origin; base, fundamental part; number that multiplied by itself yields a given number (Mathematics)
root
The root of a word is the part that contains its meaning and to which other parts can be added. The word `secretary' comes from the same Latin root as the word `secret'
root
(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed; "thematic vowels are part of the stem"
root
To shout for, or otherwise noisly applaud or encourage, a contestant, as in sports; hence, to wish earnestly for the success of some one or the happening of some event, with the superstitious notion that this action may have efficacy; usually with for; as, the crowd rooted for the home team
root
An ancestor or progenitor; and hence, an early race; a stem
root
the most fundamental note of a chord, often the bass note, which usually contains the other members of the chord in its overtones
root
The fundamental tone of any chord; the tone from whose harmonics, or overtones, a chord is composed
root
dig with the snout; "the pig was rooting for truffles"
root
The most privileged user available on Unix machines (also called superuser) The root user has complete access privileges to all files on the machine
root
The top of the Domain Name System hierarchy Often referred to as the "dot " top
root
cause to take roots
root
A zero (of a function)
root
In a hierarchy of items, the one item from which all other items are descended The root item has nothing above it in the hierarchy See also hierarchy, class, package
root
The name of the login account given full and complete access to all system resources Also used to describe the directory named "/"as in, "the root directory "
root
The part of a plant, generally underground, that absorbs water and nutrients
root
To fix the root; to enter the earth, as roots; to take root and begin to grow
root
You can refer to the cause of a problem or of an unpleasant situation as the root of it or the roots of it. We got to the root of the problem
root
become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style; "He finally settled down"
root
If you root through or in something, you search for something by moving other things around. She rooted through the bag, found what she wanted, and headed toward the door = rummage see also rooted, cube root, grass roots, square root
root
a number that when multiplied by itself some number of times equals a given number
root
the place where something begins, where it springs into being; "the Italian beginning of the Renaissance"; "Jupiter was the origin of the radiation"; "Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River"; "communism's Russian root"
root
A term common to many Kung Fu styles and other martial arts, rooting is the skill or quality of aligning the feet and body so that force is transferred efficiently into the ground, allowing for maximum stability and balance Many martial tactics in Kung Fu are designed to uproot an opponent in order to deny him or her this advantage
root
A root of an equation in one variable is a solution of the equation
root
The root of a pixmap or graphics context is the same as the root of whatever drawable was used when the pixmap or GC was created The root of a window is the root window under which the window was created
root
A true root, however, may never reach the ground, but may be attached to a wall, etc
root
A root of a polynomial function, f, is just a solution to the equation f(x) = 0, that is an input that yields an output of 0 Geometrically, this corresponds to the point (x, 0) on the horizontal axis where the graph of f crosses
root
An edible or esculent root, especially of such plants as produce a single root, as the beet, carrot, etc
root
{f} plant, cause to develop roots; dig in the ground with the snout; fix in place, spellbind; cheer, encourage
root
The underground portion of a plant, whether a true root or a tuber, a bulb or rootstock, as in the potato, the onion, or the sweet flag
root
To plant and fix deeply in the earth, or as in the earth; to implant firmly; hence, to make deep or radical; to establish; used chiefly in the participle; as, rooted trees or forests; rooted dislike
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If something has been completely changed or destroyed, you can say that it has been changed or destroyed root and branch. The forces of National Socialism were transforming Germany root and branch Some prison practices are in need of root and branch reform
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Roots serve a variety of important functions for the plant Roots are stabilizing organs, holding plants upright and in place against the elements Using root hairs, they capture water and nutrients from the soil and send them to the stems to leaves, flowers, and fruit via the xylem There are two primary types of roots: the taproot and fibrous roots
root
That factor of a quantity which when multiplied into itself will produce that quantity; thus, 3 is a root of 9, because 3 multiplied into itself produces 9; 3 is the cube root of 27
root
The base of the V thread This is the weakest point on a fastener because it has the smallest cross sectional area
root
A primitive form of speech; one of the earliest terms employed in language; a word from which other words are formed; a radix, or radical
root
If an idea, belief, or custom takes root, it becomes established among a group of people. Time would be needed for democracy to take root. American architect whose designs include the Monadnock Building (1889-1891) in Chicago, which employed steel beams along with traditional masonry-bearings walls. In botany, the underground anchoring part of a plant. It grows downward in response to gravity, absorbs water and dissolved minerals, and stores reserve food. Primary root systems have a deep sturdy taproot (in gymnosperms and dicots; see cotyledon) plus secondary or lateral smaller roots, and root hairs. Grasses and other monocots produce a shallow diffuse mass of fibrous secondary roots. Additional support (e.g., in corn and orchids) comes from stem offshoots called adventitious, or prop, roots. Fleshy roots that store food may be modified taproots (e.g., carrots, turnips, and beets) or modified adventitious roots (e.g. cassava). Tubers such as the potato are modified, fleshy, underground stems, or rhizomes. Aerial roots arise from the stem and either pass for some distance through the air before reaching the soil or remain hanging in the air
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von rooted im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

root
(Bilgisayar) root
rooted

    Silbentrennung

    root·ed

    Türkische aussprache

    rutıd

    Aussprache

    /ˈro͞otəd/ /ˈruːtəd/

    Etymologie

    [ 'rüt, 'rut ] (noun.) 12th century. Middle English, from Old English rOt, from Old Norse; akin to Old English wyrt root, Latin radix, Greek rhiza.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    rooted in

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