stand by

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Englisch - Türkisch
beklemede kalmak
yanında olmak
(birini) bırakmamak, terketmemek, (birine) destek olmak; (birine/bir şeye) sadık kalmak
terketmemek
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarı askıya al
(Havacılık) yedekte bulunma
destek olmak
destek olmak (birine)
seyirci kalmak
hazır bulunmak
(Havacılık) dinlemede kalın
sağlamak
(Tıp) beklemede

Emirlerim için beklemede kalın. - Stand by for my orders.

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

bırakmamak (birini)
(Bilgisayar) askıya al
{f} sağla
{i} destek

O, sana destek olmaya isteklidir. - He is willing to stand by you.

Ne olursa olsun sana destek olacağım. - I'll stand by you no matter what happens.

hazır

Talimatlar için hazır bekleyin. - Stand by for instructions.

Onu yapabilirsin! Kim tutar seni. Yardımına hazır olacağım. - You can make it! Go for it. I'll stand by you.

sadık kalmak
yardımcı
beklemek
hazır olmak
beklemedeki şey
yedek
yardım

Onu yapabilirsin! Kim tutar seni. Yardımına hazır olacağım. - You can make it! Go for it. I'll stand by you.

güvenilir kimse
hazır beklemek
desteklemek
hazırlık
yardıma hazır olmak
hazırdaki şey
(kötü bir olaya)
(deyim) hazır beklemek a stand-by yedekte bulunan kimse veya tertibat,yardım,destek. stand by someone desteklemek ve teselli etmek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- yardım etmek 2- (sözünü) tutmak , dönmemek
(Askeri) HAZIR BULUN!: Muhtemel paralanma anından 5 saniye önce gözetleyiciye yapılan ikaz
(deyim) karşılaşmamak,yardım etmemek,durup bakmak,seyirci kalmak
standby
beklemedeki şey
stand-by
destek
stand-by
zemin döşeme
stand-by
yedek
stand-by
güvenilir kimse
standby
destek
standby
hazırda bekleyen
standby
(Bilgisayar) bekleme konumu
standby
Yedek
standby
yardım
standby
bekleyen
standby
hazırdaki şey
standby
yedekte bulunan kimse veya tertibat
standby
{i} ekon. stand-by, her an kullanılabilecek kredi
standby
hazır

Milli kurtarma ekipleri beklemede Japonya'ya uçmaya hazır. - National rescue teams are on standby ready to fly to Japan.

standby
{i} (çoğ. --s)
standby
bekleme

Milli kurtarma ekipleri beklemede Japonya'ya uçmaya hazır. - National rescue teams are on standby ready to fly to Japan.

standby
güvenilir kimse
standby
hazırlık
to stand by
sadık kalmak
Türkisch - Türkisch
bakınız: stand-bay
Englisch - Englisch
To remain loyal or faithful to

Even though money is scarce sometimes, Ann stands by her decision to be a full-time mother.

To do nothing. To be inactive in a situation

I can't simply stand by and watch you ruin your life.

To wait in expectation of some event; to make ready

Please stand by for more instructions.

disapproval If you stand by and let something bad happen, you do not do anything to stop it. The Secretary of Defence has said that he would not stand by and let democracy be undermined
approval If you stand by someone, you continue to give them support, especially when they are in trouble. I wouldn't break the law for a friend, but I would stand by her if she did. = stick by
not act or do anything; "He just stood by when the police beat up the demonstrators"
be available or ready for a certain function or service be loyal to; "She stood by her husband in times of trouble"; "The friends stuck together through the war"
be available or ready for a certain function or service
be loyal to; "She stood by her husband in times of trouble"; "The friends stuck together through the war"
Means the controller or pilot must pause for a few seconds, usually to attend to other duties of a higher priority Also means to wait as in "stand by for clearance " The caller should reestablish contact if a delay is lengthy "Stand by" is not an approval or denial
If you stand by an earlier decision, promise, or statement, you continue to support it or keep it. The decision has been made and I have got to stand by it = stick by
Ads may be requested on a space-available basis for daily/Sunday insertions in the paper and there is no guarantee that an ad will run
not act or do anything; "He just stood by when the police beat up the demonstrators
A preparatory order meaning "get ready "
state of readiness; be on the alert; support; stand alongside; in case of emergency
If you are standing by, you are ready and waiting to provide help or to take action. British and American warships are standing by to evacuate their citizens if necessary We will be holding the auditions from nine o'clock tomorrow night so stand by for details. see also standby
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Waiting at the airport in the hope of getting a seat on a flight that is already booked out
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State of readiness without being immediately involved

The troops were on standby in case of an attack.

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Wait briefly: alternative spelling of stand by

Standby while I check that for you.

stand by me
(deyim) Be my friend! Be loyal to me! Be there for me!
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State in which the terminal has voltage but not this in march, is to say with display ignited but without working
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Wait briefly
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Standby allows a traveler to wait at the gate for a seat to become available, usually minutes before a flight departs Some fares which otherwise require a change fee allow passengers to standby for earlier or later flights on the same day at no additional cost See also waitlist
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If someone or something is on standby, they are ready to be used if they are needed. Security forces have been put on standby in case of violence
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{i} one who is dependable and reliable in emergencies; something which can be relied upon; person or thing that serves as a substitute; (Travel) passenger who has no reservation, passenger who must wait for an available unreserved seat; (Travel) ticket without a prior reservation on any public transportation (airplane, train, etc.)
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A passenger waiting for a seat on a full flight who is prepared to travel if space becomes available at the last moment
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When a handset is powered on, but is not engaged in any voice or data call Standby time is the approximate length of time that a fully charged battery will last in standby mode only, under ideal conditions, before needing to be recharged
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A term for equipment used only in emergencies or, in the case of pumping units in a pumping station, on a rotational basis for uniformity of wear and for maintenance purposes
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an actor able to replace a regular performer when required
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A passenger who is ready to travel if a space is available; usually applies to airplane travel
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Something that is standard, well-tested, or frequently used
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something that can be relied on when needed
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A standby ticket for something such as the theatre or a plane journey is a cheap ticket that you buy just before the performance starts or the plane takes off, if there are still some seats left. Access International books standby flights from New York to Europe. Standby is also an adverb. Magda was going to fly standby. a standby ticket is one that you can get only if places become available, for example if other people cannot use their tickets
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something that can be relied on when needed ready for emergency use; "a standby generator"; "a standby crew
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A traveler who does not have a confirmed reservation and must wait at the airline gate for a seat to become available
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mode also known as "sleep" mode Turns off the display, stops the hard-disk drive, and turns off other internal devices so that the computer uses less battery power When the computer resumes operation from Standby mode, the desktop is restored exactly as it was before entering Standby mode If the computer loses power while in Standby mode, all data that was being worked on is lost
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A PowerCell deployed very near another will go into Standby mode Once the primary Power Cell is destroyed, a standby Power Cell will take over
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The length of time a wireless phone or communicator is fully charged, turned on and ready to send and receive calls or data transmissions Standby time, once stated in only hours and minutes, can now be extended to many days with current phone models Standby time is affected by the amount of time the phone is used for talking because talking on a phone draws more energy from a battery than standby time does Wireless devices depend on batteries for power; batteries slowly discharge their power and must be recharged and eventually replaced See also Talk Time
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One who, or that which, stands by one in need; something upon which one relies for constant use or in an emergency
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{s} ready for use in the event of sudden need or emergency; of or pertaining to the condition of standing by
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A standby is something or someone that is always ready to be used if they are needed. He sat through the trial as a standby juror
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Member in credit temporarily not trading
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Time spent during setup, adjustment & breakdowns Not to be confused with "idle time"
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ready for emergency use; "a standby generator"; "a standby crew"
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