schemer

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} komplocu
{i} entrikacı
düzenbaz
{i} dolap çeviren kimse
{i} plancı
dolapçı/plancı
ayyar
fitçi
scheme
entrika çevirmek
scheme
plan

Her zaman para kazanma planlarını düşünüyor. - She is always thinking of moneymaking schemes.

Tom belediye başkanına suikast düzenlemek için bir plan hakkında polisi uyardı. - Tom warned the police about a scheme to assassinate the mayor.

scheme
düzenbaz veya hilekar
scheme
{i} komplo

Tom projeyi yok etmek için bir komplo düzenledi. - Tom schemed to destroy the project.

Komploya katıldığını inkar etti. - She denied having taken part in the scheme.

scheme
{i} İng. plan, proje
scheme
komplo kurmak
scheme
{i} düzen

Tom seri katili yakalamak için polis tarafından düzenlenen bir entrikaya katıldı. - Tom took part in a scheme set by the police to capture the serial murderer.

Tom projeyi yok etmek için bir komplo düzenledi. - Tom schemed to destroy the project.

scheme
tasar

Tasarılar tartışılıyor. - Schemes have been discussed.

scheme
tasan
scheme
plan,v.plan yap: n.plan
scheme
(Sigorta) sigorta programı
scheme
(Nükleer Bilimler) şema

Bu bir piramit şeması değil, bu bir hediye daire. - It's not a pyramid scheme, it's a gifting circle!

Şemalar tartışılıyor. - Schemes have been discussed.

scheme
{i} uyum
scheme
fesat karıştırmak
scheme
gizli düzen
scheme
taslak
scheme
entrika

Tom projeyi yok etmek için bir entrika çevirdi. - Tom schemed to destroy the project.

Tom seri katili yakalamak için polis tarafından düzenlenen bir entrikaya katıldı. - Tom took part in a scheme set by the police to capture the serial murderer.

scheme
dolap

Tom projeyi yok etmek için bir dolap çevirdi. - Tom schemed to destroy the project.

scheme
dalavere yapmak
scheme
dolap çevirmek
scheme
düzenlemek

Tom belediye başkanına suikast düzenlemek için bir plan hakkında polisi uyardı. - Tom warned the police about a scheme to assassinate the mayor.

scheme
dalavere
scheme
entrika düzenlemek
scheme
tasarı

Tasarılar tartışılıyor. - Schemes have been discussed.

scheme
{f} plan yap
scheme
plan kurmak
scheme
joba
scheme
tasarlamak
scheme
şeması
scheme
PLAN, PROJE: Yapılacak işlere ait plan, program ve proje. Örneğin, business scheme (iş planı), irrigation scheme (sulama planı), scheme of maneuver (hareket planı)
warper, plotter, schemer
Plotter, entrikacı warper
scheme
aldaç
scheme
tertip
scheme
tasavvur olunan düzen
scheme
tertip entrika
scheme
madik
scheme
dolap çeviren kimse
scheme
tasavvur edip kurmak
scheme
plan proje
Englisch - Englisch
A person who programs in Scheme
One who is given to scheming
One who plots or schemes, who formulates plans
{n} a projector, contriver, designer, head
a plotter; an intriguer
disapproval If you refer to someone as a schemer, you mean that they make secret plans in order to get some benefit for themselves. office schemers who think of nothing but their own advancement
a planner who draws up a personal scheme of action
One who forms schemes; a projector; esp
{i} planner, deviser, one who plots; one who conspires, one who contrives
Scheme
A programming language, one of the two major dialects of Lisp
scheme
A council housing estate (in the United Kingdom - especially Scotland)
scheme
To plot, or contrive a plan
scheme
A chart or diagram of a system or object
scheme
A systematic plan of future action
scheme
{v} to plan, project, contrive, plot
scheme
{n} a plan, project, contrivance
A schemer
schemist
Scheme
The Scheme computer programming language
scheme
To form a scheme or schemes
scheme
Scheme (skêm) noun 1 A combination of things connected and adjusted by design; a system 2 A plan or theory something to be done; a design; a project; as, to form a scheme 3 Any lineal or mathematical diagram; an outline Synonyms -- Plan; project; contrivance; purpose; device; plot
scheme
-Systematic plan for the distribution of mail to its destination
scheme
"A scheme, or schema, is a systematic, orderly combination of elements A set of rules for encoding information that supports a specific community of users" Dublin Core Metadata Glossary, Final Draft, Feb 24, 2001, Online Available at http: //library csun edu/mwoodley/dublincoreglossary html
scheme
in Piaget's theory, a cognitive structure that helps individuals organize and understand their experiences (See 192)
scheme
a small, elegant dialect of Lisp
scheme
A plot or secret, devious plan
scheme
To make a scheme of; to plan; to design; to project; to plot
scheme
a group of independent but interrelated elements comprising a unified whole; "a vast system of production and distribution and consumption keep the country going"
scheme
In GEM, a scheme qualifies the content of an element or field by identifying an authority that either dictates the content of the element or provides information necessary to the machine parsing of that content
scheme
A type of topological space
scheme
a schematic or preliminary plan
scheme
When people talk about the scheme of things or the grand scheme of things , they are referring to the way that everything in the world seems to be organized. We realize that we are infinitely small within the scheme of things. to secretly make clever and dishonest plans to get or achieve something scheme to do sth
scheme
A scheme is a plan or arrangement involving many people which is made by a government or other organization. schemes to help combat unemployment. a private pension scheme
scheme
A scheme, or schema, is a systematic, orderly combination of elements A set of rules for encoding information that supports a specific community of users
scheme
Examples: file (anonymous FTP server) http (WWW) gopher WAIS news (Usenet) telnet
scheme
an internal representation of the world; an organization of concepts and actions that can be revised by new information about the world
scheme
A code or cipher, or the description of them
scheme
A plan or theory something to be done; a design; a project; as, to form a scheme
scheme
The part of the URL that tells an HTML client, such as a browser, which access method to use to retrieve the file specified in the URL For example: http
scheme
{i} plan, design; system; plot, intrigue; diagram, outline
scheme
A scheme is someone's plan for achieving something. a quick money-making scheme to get us through the summer
scheme
an elaborate and systematic plan of action form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner devise a system or form a scheme for
scheme
12/97Lexically scoped variant of Lisp, MIT, 1975
scheme
an elaborate and systematic plan of action
scheme
A combination of things connected and adjusted by design; a system
scheme
A representation of the aspects of the celestial bodies for any moment or at a given event
scheme
An orderly combination of related parts
scheme
form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner
scheme
a statement that evades the question by cleverness or trickery
scheme
To make secret or devious plans
scheme
devise a system or form a scheme for
scheme
The part of a URL that tells an HTML client such as a browser how to retrieve the file specified in the URL
scheme
A controlled vocabulary or authority list
scheme
{f} plan, devise, plot; intrigue, conspire, contrive
scheme
To plot, or contrive a plan for something
scheme
Any lineal or mathematical diagram; an outline
scheme
A measurement regime and set of communication parameters programmed into an XRT
scheme
Mental representation of some action (mental or physical) that can be performed on an object and that, as the organism develops, increases in integration and coordination (Piaget)
scheme
A Scheme is a legal document which amends, replaces or amplifies the trusts of a charity
scheme
The baud rate of a pager (P = 512, R = 1200, T = 2400, and X = Flex)
scheme
- an artful deviation from the ordinary arrangement of words Among various schemes you might see are structures of balance, changes in word order, omissions and repetitions
scheme
The Pronett Scheme is made up of the component areas and related functions
scheme
figure of speech that varies the order and sound of words Examples include alliteration, assonance, chiasmus, and rhyme
scheme
disapproval If you say that people are scheming, you mean that they are making secret plans in order to gain something for themselves. Everyone's always scheming and plotting The bride's family were scheming to prevent a wedding They claimed that their opponents were scheming against them You're a scheming little devil, aren't you? + scheming schem·ing their favourite pastimes of scheming and gossiping. see also colour scheme, pension scheme
schemers
plural of schemer
schemer

    Silbentrennung

    schem·er

    Türkische aussprache

    skimır

    Aussprache

    /ˈskēmər/ /ˈskiːmɜr/

    Etymologie

    (verb.) 1767. Scheme +‎ -er

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