simplification

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} yalınlaştırma
{i} basitleşme
basitleştirme
sadeleştirme
{i} basitleştirme, yalınlaştırma; basitleşme, yalınlaşma
{i} kolaylaştırma
simplify
{f} sadeleştirmek
simplify
{f} basitleştirmek
simplification.
basitleştirilmesi
simplify
kolaylaştırmak
simplify
yalınlaştırmak
law of simplification
basitleştirme kanunu
simplify
basitleştir

Benim için jargonu basitleştirebilir misin? - Can you simplify the jargon for me?

Her şeyi basitleştirmeye çalış. - Strive to simplify everything.

over simplification
basitleştirilmesi üzerinde
over-simplification
aşırı basitleştirme
Englisch - Englisch
the act of simplifying or something that has been simplified
a valid simple argument
{n} the act of making simple
exchanging pieces to avoid complications, clarifying am advantage
An image-development strategy whereby an image is made less complex by the elimination of details
the act of reducing complexity
elimination of superfluous details
A rule of inference of the form: p · q _____ p Example: "Jevona is tall and Jevona is thin Therefore, Jevona is tall " Although trivial in ordinary language, this pattern of reasoning is vital for proof construction in the propositional calculus
You can use simplification to refer to the thing that is produced when you make something simpler or when you reduce it to its basic elements. Like any such diagram, it is a simplification
The act of simplifying
a explanation that omits superfluous details and reduces complexity
Simplification is the act or process of making something simpler. Everyone favours the simplification of court procedures
{i} act of making less complex; act of making plainer; act of making easier
This refers to the way in which learners try to make L2 learning easier by limiting the number of hypotheses they form at any one stage of development, or by omitting grammar and/or prepositional elements in production
The philosophy and methodologies that seek to reduce product and process variation, quality problems and cost by identifying and eliminating non-value added tasks, and standardizing component and resource usage
elimination of superfluous details a explanation that omits superfluous details and reduces complexity
simplifaction
simplify
To make simpler, either by reducing in complexity, reducing to component parts, or making easier to understand
simplify
To become simpler

Thus, throughout the nineteenth century, linguists generally held that more grammatically complex languages were older and that languages tended to simplify over time—the four grammatical cases of German as contrasted with the seven of Latin, for example.

simplify
to make less complex or difficult
simplify
Reduce to its simplest form
simplify
{v} to make simple, free from complexness
simplify
make simpler or easier or reduce in complxity or extent; "We had to simplify the instructions"; "this move will simplify our lives"
simplify
to find the simplest form of a fraction using arithmetic -- "Section 12 - Simplifying Fractions" (136)
simplify
{f} make simple, make less complex, make easier
simplify
To make simple; to make less complex; to make clear by giving the explanation for; to show an easier or shorter process for doing or making
simplify
If you simplify something, you make it easier to understand or you remove the things which make it complex. a plan to simplify the complex social security system complicate. to make something easier or less complicated (simplifier, from simplificare, from simplus; SIMPLE)
simplify
collect like terms
simplify
make simpler or easier or reduce in complxity or extent; "We had to simplify the instructions"; "this move will simplify our lives
simplify
To simplify is to change a mathematical expression to its simplest form Also "perform the indicated operations" has the same purpose (See also evaluate ) Examples: 3 + 4(x - 2) = 3 + 4x -8 = 4x - 5 (-2x2y)3(5xy3)2 = (-2)3x6y352x2y6 = -200x8y9 = x - 3y
work simplification
making a task more simple
simplification

    Türkische aussprache

    sîmplıfîkeyşın

    Aussprache

    /ˌsəmpləfəˈkāsʜən/ /ˌsɪmpləfɪˈkeɪʃən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sim-pl&-"fI ] (transitive verb.) 1759. French simplifier, from Medieval Latin simplificare, from Latin simplus simple.

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