signalize

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} işaretle bildirmek
belirginleştirmek
{f} -i göstermek, -e işaret etmek
mümtaz hale getirmek
{f} meşhur etmek
{f} karakterize etmek
{f} işaret etmek
şöhret kazandırmak
bildir
{f} bildirmek
dikkatle göstermek
{f} sinyâlize etmek
göstermek
signal
{f} sinyâl vermek
signal
{s} işaret

İşaretim için beklemede kalın. - Stand by for my signal.

Trafik işaretlerine dikkat etmeliyiz. - We must pay attention to traffic signals.

signal
sinyal

Tom çoğunlukla dönüş sinyalini kullanmayı unutur. - Tom often forgets to use his turn signal.

O,verdiğim sinyale cevap verdi. - He responded to the signal I gave.

signal
{s} sinyâl

O,verdiğim sinyale cevap verdi. - He responded to the signal I gave.

O, ona karışık sinyaller verdi. - She gave him mixed signals.

signalize oneself by
sivrilmek
signal
{f} işaret etmek
signal
Signal Corps işaret alayı
signal
{s} göze çarpan
signal
dikkati çeken
signal
uyarı
signal
vazıh
signal
belirtke
signal
(Denizbilim) belirteç
signal
uyarım
signal
büyük

Tom'un büyükbabası orduda bir muhabere subayıydı. - Tom's grandfather was a signal officer in the army.

signal
üstün
signal
açık
signal
(Tıp) sıgnal
signal
belgi
signal
dikkate değer
signal
işaret vermek
signal
çınav
signalization
sinyalizasyon
signal
sinyal,v.sinyal ver: n.sinyal
signal
{i} işaret; sinyal: signal flag işaret flaması. signal flare işaret fişeği
signal
im
signal
dikkat çekici
signal
muhabere

Tom'un dedesi kara muhabere subayıydı. - Tom's grandfather was a signal officer in the army.

signal
uyarı işareti
signal
işaretle bildirmek
signal
storm signa
signal
parola
signal
belirten herhangi bir şey
signal
içinde işaret cihazı bulunan kulübe
signal
{f} bildirmek
signal
saik
signal
sinyal im
signal
işaret etme
signal
işaretle verilen emir
signal
(Askeri) SİNYAL, MUHABERE: 1. Elektronikte, gönderilmiş herhangi bir elektriki impals. 2. Sinyal; harekat açısından; metni, anlamları, önceden tespit edilmiş bir veya daha çok harfi kelime, muhabere flamaları, göze hitap eden işaretler veya özel seslerden ibaret ve görerek, sesle ya da elektrikli araçlarla gönderilen mesaj tipi
signal
{f} işaret etmek; işaret vermek: With a
signalise
f., İng., bak. signalize
Englisch - Englisch
To install a traffic signal at an intersection that is currently regulated by stop signs
To make something noticeable, different, remarkable or conspicuous, especially by gesticulation
{v} to make eminent, to distinguish
To make signal or eminent; to render distinguished from what is common; to distinguish
point out carefully and clearly
{f} make prominent, emphasize, make conspicuous; provide traffic signals; signal, indicate (also signalise)
To indicate the existence, presence, or fact of, by a signal; as, to signalize the arrival of a steamer
communicate silently and non-verbally by signals or signs; "He signed his disapproval with a dismissive hand gesture"; "The diner signaled the waiters to bring the menu"
provide with traffic signals; "signalize a busy intersection"
make conspicuous or noteworthy point out carefully and clearly provide with traffic signals; "signalize a busy intersection
To communicate with by means of a signal; as, a ship signalizes its consort
make conspicuous or noteworthy
signal
Useful information
signal
An indication given to another person
signal
Standing above others in rank, importance, or achievement
signal
An electrical or electromagnetic action, normally a voltage that is a function of time that conveys the information of the radio or TV program or of communication with another party

I cannot get a signal.

signalization
The process of signalizing; characterization or differentiation
signal
{a} eminent, remarkable, memorable
signal
{n} a sign that gives notice, token, mark
Signal
sig
signal
A logical interrupt to a process, which the process must generally deal with synchronously A form of interprocess communications
signal
To communicate by signals; as, to signal orders
signal
A term adapted from electronic communications to refer to a stimulus that a subject is requested to identify (Solso)
signal
Any visible or audible indication which can convey information Also, the information conveyed through a communications system
signal
A signal is a gesture, sound, or action which is intended to give a particular message to the person who sees or hears it. They fired three distress signals As soon as it was dark, Mrs Evans gave the signal You mustn't fire without my signal
signal
communicate silently and non-verbally by signals or signs; "He signed his disapproval with a dismissive hand gesture"; "The diner signaled the waiters to bring the menu"
signal
If someone or something signals an event, they suggest that the event is happening or likely to happen. She will be signalling massive changes in energy policy The outcome of that meeting could signal whether there truly exists a political will to begin negotiating. = indicate
signal
A mechanism by which a process may be notified by the kernel of an event occurring in the system
signal
An electrical transmittance (either input or output) that conveys information
signal
The signal is the physical activity of the labeled tracer material which is measured by a detector instrument The signal is the response which is measured for each sample
signal
The voltage status signal sent by each peripheral device and the IOS in the I/O cabinet to the CCU This signal indicates the status of only the +5 Vdc power supply
signal
any incitement to action; "he awaited the signal to start"; "the victory was a signal for wild celebration"
signal
Any electrical quantity, such as voltage, current, or frequency, that can be used to transmit information
signal
notably out of the ordinary; "the year saw one signal triumph for the Labour party"
signal
A mechanism by which a process may be notified by the kernal of an event occurring in the system
signal
Usually refers to any means of passing information to or from a moving train May take the form of a fixed semaphore arm (which indicates On or Off ), a coloured light, a hand-held lamp moved in a certain way, a coded whistle or any other indication, the meaning of which has been agreed in advance
signal
In vibration analysis, a signal is an electric voltage or current which is analog of the vibration being measured
signal
An audio response or visual indication alerting the operator that a target has been detected
signal
A current used to convey information, either digital, analog, audio or video
signal
A sign made for the purpose of giving notice to a person of some occurence, command, or danger; also, a sign, event, or watchword, which has been agreed upon as the occasion of concerted action
signal
The information conveyed through a communication system
signal
Any electronic visual, audible, or other indication used to convey information In semiconductors, an electrical quantity (typically voltage, current, or light level) corresponding to some physical quantity Signals are coded in frequency or amplitude to separate them from unwanted noise
signal
an electric quantity (voltage or current or field strength) whose modulation represents coded information about the source from which it comes
signal
An on-off light, semaphore, or other device used to give an indication to another person
signal
(1) A condition that may be reported as a result of an error in program execution For example, SIGFPE is the signal used to represent erroneous arithmetic operations such as a division by zero See exception (2) A mechanism by which a process may be notified of, or affected by, an event occurring in the system Examples of such events include hardware exceptions and specific actions by processes The term signal is also used to refer to the event itself X/Open, I (3) In AIX operating system operations, a method of interprocess communication that simulates software interrupts IBM
signal
{s} out of the ordinary, notable
signal
If an event or action is a signal of something, it suggests that this thing exists or is going to happen. Kurdish leaders saw the visit as an important signal of support = sign
signal
In terms of radio, TV, etc , a signal is a sequence of electronic impulses It can represent sound, TV images or any other kind of data being transmitted or received
signal
If you signal to someone, you make a gesture or sound in order to send them a particular message. The United manager was to be seen frantically signalling to McClair He stood up, signalling to the officer that he had finished with his client She signalled a passing taxi and ordered him to take her to the rue Marengo
signal
Any visible or audible indication which can convey information Also, the information conveyed through a communication system
signal
to convey information, for example a prospective worker's earning a college degree to persuade an employer that he has desirable characteristics that will enhance his productivity
signal
any communication that encodes a message; "signals from the boat suddenly stopped" any incitement to action; "he awaited the signal to start"; "the victory was a signal for wild celebration" an electric quantity (voltage or current or field strength) whose modulation represents coded information about the source from which it comes notably out of the ordinary; "the year saw one signal triumph for the Labour party
signal
To notify by a signals; to make a signal or signals to; as, to signal a fleet to anchor
signal
A symbolic representation of a sound; an electrical current or series of numbers used to signify acoustic vibrations "Signal" can also refer to "control voltages" or modulations, electronic messages that may or may not themselves be audible The beauty of modular synthesis is the way that sounds and modulations can both be expressed as signals and can, therefore, be used interchangeably, modulating things they have no business modulating
signal
A signal is a piece of equipment beside a railway, which indicates to train drivers whether they should stop the train or not
signal
an electric quantity (voltage or current or field strength) whose modulation represents coded information about the source from which it comes notably out of the ordinary; "the year saw one signal triumph for the Labour party
signal
A token; an indication; a foreshadowing; a sign
signal
used in context of a data series, this term pertains to the the 'true' value each data point should take in the set For many reasons, the true signal in data can be hidden by the associated noise Reasons for this phenomenon could be as simple as inaccurate data collection or recording methods, or as complex as masking resulting from unclear differentation of data sources or classes This makes forecasting the data more difficult and sometimes impossible
signal
French: signal A detectable impulse by which information is communicated through electronic or optical means or over wire, cable, microwave, laser beams, etc
signal
any communication that encodes a message; "signals from the boat suddenly stopped"
signal
be a signal for or a symptom of; "These symptoms indicate a serious illness"; "Her behavior points to a severe neurosis"; "The economic indicators signal that the euro is undervalued"
signal
sig·nal signals signalling signalled in AM, use signaling, signaled
signal
Reported information on a possible causal relationship between an adverse event and a drug, the relationship being unknown or incompletely documented previously Usually more than a single report is required to generate a signal, depending upon the seriousness of the event and the quality of the information
signal
{i} gesture which communicates something; cue, sign which initiates a certain action; conveying of information through the modulation of an electronic wave (Electronics); current or wave that is transmitted or received (Electronics)
signal
a visual, audible, electrical or other indication used to convey information
signal
Of or pertaining to signals, or the use of signals in conveying information; as, a signal flag or officer
signal
A signal is a series of radio waves, light waves, or changes in electrical current which may carry information. high-frequency radio signals
signal
{f} communicate through the use of signals; indicate, gesture, beckon
signal
Noticeable; distinguished from what is ordinary; eminent; remarkable; memorable; as, a signal exploit; a signal service; a signal act of benevolence
signal
To indicate
signalise
{f} make prominent, emphasize, make conspicuous; provide traffic signals; signal, indicate (also signalize)
signalise
provide with traffic signals; "signalize a busy intersection"
signalise
make conspicuous or noteworthy
signalise
communicate silently and non-verbally by signals or signs; "He signed his disapproval with a dismissive hand gesture"; "The diner signaled the waiters to bring the menu"
signalise
point out carefully and clearly
signalization
a conspicuous indication
signalization
{i} act of emphasizing, act of making prominent or conspicuous; obvious indication (also signalisation)
signalized
past of signalize
signalizes
third-person singular of signalize
signalizing
present participle of signalize
signalize
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