spies

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Englisch - Türkisch
ajanlar
casuslar
spy
{i} casus

White bir casus olarak polise ihbar edildi. - White was denounced to the police as a spy.

Onlardan biri bir casus. - One of them is a spy.

spy
{i} ajan

Dikkat et! Bir polis ajan etrafı gözetliyor. - Watch out! A police spy is snooping around.

Tom'un bir ajan olduğundan kuşkulanıyorum. - I suspect Tom is a spy.

spy
(Bilgisayar) casus programı
spy
casusluk yapmak

Casusluk yapmakla ilgili resmen suçlanmadı. - He was never officially charged with spying.

Gangasterlerle ilgili casusluk yapmak tehlikeli bir girişimdi. - Spying on gangsters was a dangerous venture.

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gizci
spy
çaşıt
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(Bilgisayar) gözetmen
spy
farketmek
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{f} casusluk yap

Casusluk yapmakla ilgili resmen suçlanmadı. - He was never officially charged with spying.

Gangasterlerle ilgili casusluk yapmak tehlikeli bir girişimdi. - Spying on gangsters was a dangerous venture.

spy
gözetleme

O bizi gözetlemek için burada. - She's here to spy on us.

Gerçekten Tom'u gözetlememi istiyor musun? - Do you really want me to spy on Tom?

spy
casusluk etmek
spy
uzaktan görmek
spy
gözlemek
spy
köstebek
spy
{i} ispiyoncu
spy
gizlice gözetlemek
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hafiye
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ispiyon

Sen beni ispiyon ediyorsun. - You've been spying on me.

Beni ispiyonlamak için mi buradasın? - Are you here to spy on me?

spy
gözetlemek

Hükümet seni gözetlemek istiyor. - The government wants to spy on you.

Hükümet bizi gözetlemek istiyor. - The government wants to spy on us.

spy
casusluk etme
spy
spy gör/gözetle
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(Askeri) CASUS: Askeri kanuna göre; askeri bilgileri, düşmana vermek gayesiyle gizlice veya sahte unvanlar altında toplayan veya toplamaya çalışan kimse
spy
uzakta veya gizli olan bir şeyi görmek
spy
spy out el altından anlamaya çalışmak
Englisch - Englisch
plural of spy
third-person singular of spy
Third person singular present tense of spy
spy
A person who secretly watches and examines the actions of other individuals or organizations and gathers information on them (usually to gain an advantage)
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To spot at a distance

I think I can spy that hot guy coming over here.

spy
To act as a spy

During the Cold War, Russia and America would each spy on each other for recon.

spy
{n} one who watches another's actions
spy
{v} to discover, see at a distance, examin
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(serial peripheral interface): A SPI is a synchronous serial port This is commonly used by Motorola in their microcontroller Many peripheral chips (like A/D converters) exist which can be connected to a SPI port
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Stateful Packet Inspection
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serial peripheral interface
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Service Provider Interface A Service Provider Interface specifies the interface a software component should implement if it wants to provide a certain service (conform to a certain standard, which the SPI is part of) Standards including provider side SPIs (and client side APIs) are [IMAGE png]JNDI and [IMAGE png]POS
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Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction; also called OSPI
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Security Parameter Index This is a number which, together with a destination IP address and security protocol, uniquely identifies a particular security association When using IKE to establish the security associations, the SPI for each security association is a pseudo-randomly derived number Without IKE, the SPI is manually specified for each security association
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SPI Number
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Serial Peripheral Interface bus A board-level serial peripheral bus Followed on by QSPI
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SPI (R&D) Pty Ltd
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Service provider interface, a single, well-defined set of functions used by Windows 98 to request network services
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Systems Programmer Interface A subset of CICS commands which require a special translator option, for which command security checking can be performed Service Provider Interface A programmable interface associated with JNDI
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Security Parameter Index A 32-bit element that uniquely identifies an SA at the receiver (or destination edge device) The destination edge device uses the SPI value to index into the receiving edge device's SA database and fetch the SA
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The Society of the Plastics Industry
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graphics term
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(Service Provider Interface) Interface for provider library plugging in an other library
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Security Parameter Index, an index used within IPSEC to keep connections distinct A Security Association (SA) is defined by destination, protocol and SPI Without the SPI, two connections to the same gateway using the same protocol could not be distinguished For more detail, see our IPSEC Overview and/or RFC 2401
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An acronym for Security Parameters Index An unstructured opaque index, which is used in conjunction with the destination address to identify a particular security association
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SCSI Parallel Interconnect, parallel data cabling to connect up to 15 devices to a host computer over a relatively short distances for which there a number of different speeds and even signaling methods with differing restrictions
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Schedule Performance Index
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Stitches per inch; system for measuring density or the amount of satin stitches in an inch of embroidery
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Swiss Performance Index
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(Security Parameter Index) An arbitrary 32-bit value included in the ESP or AH header Top
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Abbreviation for the Society of the Plastics Industry
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— Stitches per inch; system for measuring density or the amount of satin stitches in an inch of embroidery
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{f} work for a government as a spy, provide secret information about another country; secretly investigate and gather information about other people; see, look, observe; examine
spy
Amex-traded ETF tracking the "large-cap" S&P 500 Index
spy
watch, observe, or inquire secretly
spy
A spy is a person whose job is to find out secret information about another country or organization. He was jailed for five years as an alleged British spy
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If you spy on someone, you watch them secretly. That day he spied on her while pretending to work on the shrubs
spy
secretly collect sensitive or classified information; engage in espionage; "spy for the Russians"
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To gain sight of; to discover at a distance, or in a state of concealment; to espy; to see
spy
A person sent secretly into an enemy's camp, territory, or fortifications, to inspect his works, ascertain his strength, movements, or designs, and to communicate such intelligence to the proper officer
spy
(military) a secret agent hired by a state to obtain information about its enemies or by a business to obtain industrial secrets from competitors
spy
Someone who spies for a country or organization tries to find out secret information about another country or organization. The agent spied for East Germany for more than twenty years East and West are still spying on one another I never agreed to spy against the United States. + spying spy·ing a ten-year sentence for spying
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Vidocq the spy in the French Revolution, was a short man, vivacious, vain, and talkative He spoke of his feats with real enthusiasm and gusto
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To search narrowly; to scrutinize
spy
To discover by close search or examination
spy
If you spy someone or something, you notice them. He was walking down the street when he spied an old friend. = spot. spies someone whose job it is to find out secret information about another country, organization, or group = secret agent British/Russian/foreign etc spy
spy
catch sight of
spy
To explore; to view; inspect; and examine secretly, as a country; usually with out
spy
Vidocq, the spy in the French Revolution, was a short man, vivacious, vain, and talkative He spoke of his feats with real enthusiasm and gusto
spy
(military) a secret agent hired by a state to obtain information about its enemies or by a business to obtain industrial secrets from competitors a secret watcher; someone who secretly watches other people; "my spies tell me that you had a good time last night"
spy
a secret watcher; someone who secretly watches other people; "my spies tell me that you had a good time last night"
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{i} person who is employed by a government to gather information on other countries, secret agent; person who secretly investigates and gathers information about other people
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One who keeps a constant watch of the conduct of others
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A spy satellite or spy plane obtains secret information about another country by taking photographs from the sky
spies

    Türkische aussprache

    spayz

    Aussprache

    /ˈspīz/ /ˈspaɪz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'spI ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English spien, from Old French espier, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German spehOn to spy; akin to Latin specere to look, look at, Greek skeptesthai and skopein to watch, look at, consider.

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