stem

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} çıkmak
{i} sap

Güllerin saplarında dikenleri var. - Roses have thorns on their stems.

kök
(ağaç) gövde
{i} gövde
{i} (bitkide) sap/gövde
{f} (akışı) durdurmak/yavaşlatmak
akışı yavaşlatmak
(Askeri) baş bodoslama
(Askeri) boş bodoslama
şarap kadehinin sapı
(Mekanik) mil
sap (bitkide)
(Tıp) kök hücre transplantasyonu
gövde (bitkide)
akışı durdurmak
koçan
sap (kadehte)
(Askeri) baş bodoslaması
(Askeri) baş kısım
(Gıda) sap kısmı
tij
(Askeri) geminin baş tarafı
deliği tapalamak
yavaşlatmak
sak
çubuk
piponun borusu
soy
pipo sapı
kodak kökleri
{i} ağaç gövdesi
köken
{f} akmasını önle
(akışını) durdurmak
soy sop
pruva
sap benzeri şey
-den kaynaklanmak
{f} from -den
nota kuyruğu
(Tıp) Akmasını menetmek
{i} kelimenin kökü
{f} kesmek
stemwinder aksla
{f} durdurmak
{f} gelmek
{f} engellemek
gövde,v.akmasını önle: n.ağaç gövdesi
{i} kol saati kurma düğmesi
(Tıp) Sap, destek ödevi gören sapa benzer oluşum
sap gibi şey
harfin yukarı uzantısı
silsile
saplarını koparmak
sap takmak
{i} (kadehte) sap
{f} sapını koparmak
{i} (pipoda) beden
{i} kök [dilb.]
{f} set çekmek
{i} kadeh sapı
{f} karşı ilerlemek
beden (pipoda)
(Gıda) bitki sapı
koçan (sebze)
akmasını önlemek
damar
stem from
-den kaynaklanmak
stem analysis
(Çevre) gövde analizi
stem band
(Askeri) bodoslama çemberi
stem cell
kök hücreler
stem cell
(Tıp) kök hücresi
stem cell
(Biyokimya) anaç göze
stem cell factor
(Tıp) kök hücresi faktörü
stem cell transplantation
(Tıp) kök hücre nakli
stem cells
(Biyoloji,Tıp) kök hücreler
stem cells
(Tıp) kök hücreleri
stem cutting
(Tarım) dal aşı kalemi
stem end
(Gıda) sap ucu
stem from
-den gelmek
stem ginger
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) zencefil
stem inflected language
(Dilbilim) gövde çekimli dil
stem of a leaf
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yaprak sapı
stem post
(Askeri) baş bodoslaması
stem seal driver
(Otomotiv) keçe takma aleti
stem the bleeding
kanamayı kesmek
stem the bleeding
kanamayı durdurmak
stem the tide of
engellemek
stem the tide of
ile baş etmek
stem valve
damar rulosu
stem winder
kurmalı saat
stem cell
kök hücre
stem from
ileri gel
stem base
baz kök
stem of a leaf
Bir yaprak sapı
stem of a melon
karpuz gövdesi
stem st.
st kaynaklanıyor
stem stitch
dikiş kök
stem the tide
(deyim) Gidişatı durdurmak, bir son vermek (Amerikan slang)
stem vowel
sesli kök
stem-and-leaf
verileri grafiksel olarak gösterme şekli
stem-and-leaf plot
kök ve yaprak arsa
stem-cell research
kök hücre araştırma
stem boiler
(Tekstil) buhar kazanı
stem the current
akıntıya karşı ilerlemek
stem the tide of
ile baş etmek, -i engellemek, -i durdurmak
stem turn
kayağı döndürerek yapılan dönüş
stiff stem
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) dik gövde
adult stem cell
(Geometri) Yetişkin kök hücresi
infinitive stem
(Fonetik, Ses Bilimi) Mastar kökü
stemless
(sıfat) sapsız
stemmed
(sıfat) saplı
ashore stem on
(Denizbilim) baştankara
ashore stem on
(Askeri) baştankara etmek
drill stem
delgi çubuğu
drill stem
delgi gövdesi
from stem to stern
baştan kıça
from stem to stern
baştan aşağı
from stem to stern
(Askeri) baştan kıça kadar
pile stem
kazık gövdesi
stem from
kaynaklanmak
stem from
ileri gelmek
stemming
sıkılama
aerial stem
havalı gövde
aerial stem
havai gövde
brain stem
beyin sapı
creeping stem
sürüngen gövde
from stem to stern
dip doruk
pipe stem
pipo sapı
stemless
sapsız
allogeneic stem cell transplantation
herhangi birine ait kökhücre nakli
autologous stem cell
otolog kök hücre
cherry stem
kiraz sapı
handle stem
kök sapı
having long or large feet, or a long stem
Ya da uzun bir sap uzun veya büyük feet sahip
lowest part of a plant or stem
bir bitki veya kök en düşük parçası
nominal stem
ad gövdesi
screw stem
vida kök
stemmed
saplı
stemming
Sopayla döverek sıkılama
stemming
(Dilbilim) kök bulma
stemming
Şarap üretiminde ezilen üzümlerin ucu topuzlu sopalarla öldürülmek üzere dövülmesi
stemming
(Dilbilim) türemiş ya da değişmiş bir kelimenin orijinal haline (köküne) indirgeme
stemming
(Dilbilim) köke indirgeme
syngeneic stem cell transplantation
ikizden alınan kökhücre nakli
valve stem
supap sapı, supap kolu
cable stem
kablo sapı
clutching stem
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarılıcı gövde
creeping stem
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sürüngen sap
downward stem
değişken yükseklikli kiriş
from stem to stem
(deyim) dip doruk
from stem to stern
baştan kıça kadar (gemi)
gate stem
kapak kaldırma çubuğu
gate stem
kapak kaldırma kolu
girder stem
(İnşaat,Teknik) ana kiriş gövdesi
girder stem
kiriş gövdesi
holding stem
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarılıcı gövde
horizontal stem
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yatay sap
inclined stem
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) eğik sap
mach stem
(Askeri) MAK DALGASI: Bir patlama sonucunda olaydan meydana gelen ve yansıyan şok dalgalarının birleşmesiyle oluşan şok dalgası. Terim genel olarak, havada oluşup, dünya yüzeyinden yansıyan infilak dalgası referans olarak alınarak kullanılır. İdeal durumda, mak dalgası yansıdığı yüzeye diktir ve biraz dışbükey (konveks) tir. Aynı zamanda "mach front" da denir
mirror stem
ayna gövdesi
primary stem
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) primer gövde
stemmer
sap kırma makinesi
upward stem
gövdesi yukarıya
upward stem
gövdesi yukarıya doğru
valve stem
(Otomotiv) supap gövdesi
verb stem
fiil gövdesi
verbal stem
(Dilbilim) eylem gövdesi
vine stem
asma çubuğu
watch stem
kurgu
woody stem of a plant
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bitkinin ağaçsı kökü
Englisch - Englisch
scanning transmission electron microscope
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
A narrow part on certain man-made objects, such as a wine glass, a tobacco pipe, a spoon
A vertical stroke of a symbol representing a note in written music
To take out the stem from
To be caused or derived; to originate

The current crisis stems from the short-sighted politics of the previous government.

The above-ground stalk (technically axis) of a vascular plant, and certain anatomically similar, below-ground organs such as rhizomes, bulbs, tubers, and corms
A slender supporting member of an individual part of a plant such as a flower or a leaf; also, by analogue the shaft of a feather
To hit with the stem of a ship; to ram

As when two warlike Brigandines at sea, / With murdrous weapons arm'd to cruell fight, / Doe meete together on the watry lea, / They stemme ech other with so fell despight, / That with the shocke of their owne heedlesse might, / Their wooden ribs are shaken nigh a sonder .

To direct the stem (of a ship) against; to make headway against
A vertical stroke of a letter
To move the feet apart and point the tips of the skis inward in order to slow down the speed or to facilitate a turn
To stop, hinder (for instance, a river or blood)
To descend in a family line
The main part of an uninflected word to which affixes may be added to form inflections of the word. A stem often has a more fundamental root. Systematic conjugations and declensions derive from their stems
The vertical or nearly vertical forward extension of the keel, to which the forward ends of the planks or strakes are attached
grow out of, have roots in, originate in; "The increase in the national debt stems from the last war"
{v} to oppose a current, stop, keep back
{n} a stalk, family, race, generation, prow
(Muzik) Stems are the lines which extend from the notehead. Stems may point up or down. Different-facing stems indicate the voice for polyphonic music written on the same staff. For single-note melodies, the stems usually point down for notes on the middle line or higher, and up for those below. If the stem points up from a notehead, the stem originates from the right-hand side of the note, but if it points down, it originates from the left. The exception to this rule is when a chord contains a second, in which case the stem runs between the two notes, the higher being placed on the left of the stem and the lower on the right. The length of a stem is usually that of an octave on the staff, going to either an octave higher or lower than the notehead, depending on which way the stem is pointing
cylinder forming a long narrow part of something
(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed; "thematic vowels are part of the stem"
the tube of a tobacco pipe remove the stem from; "for automatic natural language processing, the words must be stemmed"
To oppose or cut with, or as with, the stem of a vessel; to resist, or make progress against; to stop or check the flow of, as a current
1 An organ displaying leaves and also conducting water with mineral salts and food If the stem is herbaceous, it performs a photosynthetic function as well The places where the leaves arise from the stem between 2 successive nodes are called internodes The stem thus consists mainly of internodes (not present in roots) and bears leaves as well as buds 2 An above-ground axis (usually) of a plant, which develops from the epicotyl (seedling stem tissue above the cotyledon) of the embryos, or from a bud of an already existing stem or root 3 The principal axis of a plant, carrying all the accessory parts such as the branches, leaves and flowers
The principal timber at the forepart of a vessel which stands upright and often is composed of several pieces When the stem is of composite nature, the forward most added element is termed the false stem, and the inner most the apron The stem is always firmly secured to the keel and strengthened by the fore deadwood The stem also receives the ends of the hull planking, thus joining the two sides of the vessel
{f} arise, come from, originate; remove the stem from; stop, check, dam up; restrain, hold back
If a condition or problem stems from something, it was caused originally by that thing. Much of the instability stems from the economic effects of the war
The stock of a family; a race or generation of progenitors
The lower end of it is scarfed to the keel, and the bowsprit rests upon its upper end
A gleam of light; flame
That part of a plant which bears leaves, or rudiments of leaves, whether rising above ground or wholly subterranean
The general term used for the main stalk of a plant to which branches and leaves attach
a slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ
A curved piece of timber to which the two sides of a ship are united at the fore end
The rod connecting the disc to the lever on a valve (055)
The stem of a plant is the thin, upright part on which the flowers and leaves grow. He stooped down, cut the stem for her with his knife and handed her the flower. = stalk
that part of a word to which inflectional affixes are attached it consists of the root plus any derivational affixes
remove the stem from; "for automatic natural language processing, the words must be stemmed"
The portion of a tree that supports the branches; also called the bole
front part of a vessel or aircraft; "he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line"
Sections of the tree at a particular height that extend to form part of the upper crown of the tree A tree may have several stems The number of stems is identified during diameter measurement
The stem of a pipe is the long thin part through which smoke is sucked
Extreme bow of the vessel
The forward most part of a ship
An advanced or leading position; the lookout
To remove the stem or stems from; as, to stem cherries; to remove the stem and its appendages (ribs and veins) from; as, to stem tobacco leaves
A structural member in the bow of the boat extending the keel forward and up, forming the part of the hull farthest forward
Hence, the forward part of a vessel; the bow
The "question" part of a multiple-choice question
the main part of a plant or tree that grows up from the ground and bears leaves or flowers
The basal portion of the body of one of the Pennatulacea, or of a gorgonian
To move forward against an obstacle, as a vessel against a current
(n/vb) movement requiring opposing outward pressure much like a child climbing a door jam
The base or root form of a word; the part of a word to which prefixes and suffixes are added: soundless, walked, feeling, unequal
cause to point inward; "stem your skis
Fig
To gleam
the tube of a tobacco pipe remove the stem from; "for automatic natural language processing, the words must be stemmed" stop the flow of a liquid; "staunch the blood flow"; "them the tide" grow out of, have roots in, originate in; "The increase in the national debt stems from the last war" cause to point inward; "stem your skis
a turn made in skiing; the back of one ski is forced outward and the other ski is brought parallel to it
This is the part of the plant, usually above ground, that typically bears the plant's leaves and flowers (from its nodes) Stems can run horizontally above ground like stolons, or horizontally underground, as rhizomes do They may also be underground food storage organs, as they are in an corm or bulb
also called the stalk, that which holds the flower upright May be straight or gently S-curved
cause to point inward; "stem your skis"
stop the flow of a liquid; "staunch the blood flow"; "them the tide"
The short perpendicular line added to the body of a note; the tail of a crotchet, quaver, semiquaver, etc
The part of an inflected word which remains unchanged (except by euphonic variations) throughout a given inflection; theme; base
A little branch which connects a fruit, flower, or leaf with a main branch; a peduncle, pedicel, or petiole; as, the stem of an apple or a cherry
Anything resembling a stem or stalk; as, the stem of a tobacco pipe; the stem of a watch case, or that part to which the ring, by which it is suspended, is attached
The stem of a wine glass is the long thin part which connects the bowl to the base
A branch of a family
stem and leaf
A stemplot
stem cell
A primal undifferentiated cell from which a variety of other cells can develop through the process of cellular differentiation

Stem cells are characterized by their ability to self-renew and to produce numerous differentiated cell types, and are directly responsible for generating and maintaining tissues and organs.

stem cells
plural form of stem cell
stem siren
prostitute

Trust me, that stem siren had it coming.

stem stitch
An embroidery stitch in which each stitch overlaps the previous stitch to one side, forming a twisted line of stitching, with the thread passing below the needle
stem the rose
To have anal sex; to insert one's penis (stem) into another's anus (rose)

you guys wasn't gettin' paid to leave the dogs to babysit the sheep while you stemmed the rose, from Brokeback Mountain.

stem the tide
To slow or stop the increase

The news report stemmed the tide of concerned calls, but didn't stop them altogether.

stem-and-leaf
Alternative spelling of stem and leaf
stem-cell
Attributive form of stem cell, noun

stem-cell research.

stem-winder
A rousing speech, especially by a politician
stem-winder
A watch that is wound up by turning a small knob (at the stem)
stem to stem
From one end of something to the other
stem from
come from, originate from, occur as a result of
stem-and-leaf plot
(İstatistik) Stemplot (or stem-and-leaf plot), in statistics, is a device for presenting quantitative data in a graphical format, similar to a histogram, to assist in visualizing the shape of a distribution. They evolved from Arthur Bowley's work in the early 1900s, and are useful tools in exploratory data analysis
stem a deficit
stop a deficit, stop a shortage
stem blight
a fungous blight attacking the stems of plants
stem cell
A primitive, unspecialized cell that has the capacity to develop highly specialized function when grown in the appropriate environment and treated with specific growth factors Stem cells for the retina reside in the ciliary body, a specialized structure that sits on either side of the iris, near the retina They usually lie dormant in the adult Stem cells have now been isolated and are being evaluated as a potential source for RPE and photoreceptor cells for transplants
stem cell
Cell from which platelets, red blood cells and white blood cells grow in the bone marrow
stem cell
an undifferentiated cell whose daughter cells may differentiate into other cell types (such as blood cells)
stem cell
The immature cells in blood and bone marrow from which all mature blood cells develop
stem cell
An early cell that matures into various types of blood cells
stem cell
Undifferentiated, primitive cells in the bone marrow that have the ability both to multiply and to differentiate into specific blood cells
stem cell
A stem cell is a type of cell that can produce other cells which are able to develop into any kind of cell in the body. An unspecialized cell that gives rise to a specific specialized cell, such as a blood cell. a special type of cell in the body that can divide in order to form other types of cells that have particular qualities or purposes
stem cell
An undifferentiated cell from which specialized cells develop
stem cell
"mother" blood cells from which several different types of blood cells evolve
stem cell
A type of primitive cell that can transform into and generate other cells
stem cell
An undifferentiated precursor cell that retains the ability to give rise to a variety of cell types In the nervous system, stem cells can give rise to various neuron subtypes and to glial cells
stem cell
an unspecialized cell that gives rise to differentiated cells Stem cells have the ability to proliferate indefinitely Stem cells have been isolated from adult skin, fat, brain, bone marrow and other tissues Embryonic stem cells are derived from fertilized embryos which have undergone only a limited number of cell divisions from the zygote stage (see pluripotent and totipotent)
stem cell
1 one of the mitotically active somatic cells that serve to replenish those that die during the life of the metazoan organism 2 one of the mitotically active germinal cells that produce a continuing supply of gametes
stem cell
a precursor cell from which blood cells are derived As they mature, stem cells evolve into various types of red and white blood cells and platelets Stem cells are located in the bone marrow, the site of blood cell production Stem cells divide rapidly and are vulnerable to chemotherapy and radiation
stem cell
Cells that have the ability to proliferate indefinitely, are not terminally differentiated, and whose daughter cells can differentiate down a cell line
stem cell
Stem cells give rise to normal blood components including red cells, white cells and platelets Stem cells are normally located in the bone marrow and in the blood and can be harvested for a transplant
stem cell
These are primitive cells in marrow that are required to make red cells, white cells and platelets (see “hematopoiesis”) Generally, the stem cells are largely found in the marrow but some leave the marrow and circulate in the blood Using special techniques, the stem cells in blood can be collected, preserved by freezing and, later, thawed and used for stem cell therapy
stem cell
a cell that upon division replaces its own numbers and also gives rise to cells that differentiate further into one or more specialized types
stem cell
A cell with unlimited reproductive capacity: daughter cells may differentiate into other cell types
stem cell
Cells that, upon division, produce a differentiated cell line (eg, stem cells in basal layers of skin, in haematopoietic tissue, etc )
stem cell
a precursor cell from which blood cells are derived
stem cell
A cell capable of forming all the cells in a person's blood system
stem christie
A turn in skiing made by stemming the uphill ski, transferring weight to its inside edge, and bringing the other ski into a parallel position midway through the turn
stem inflation
stop or hinder inflation, hinder an increased amount of circulating cash
stem rust
A rust disease affecting the stem of a plant
stem turn
a turn made in skiing; the back of one ski is forced outward and the other ski is brought parallel to it
stem turn
A turn in skiing made by stemming the uphill ski, transferring weight to its inside edge, and bringing the other ski into a parallel position after the turn is completed
stem vowel
a vowel that ends a stem and precedes an inflection
stem-cell research
research on stem cells and their use in medicine
stem-like
resembling a stem, similar to a stem
stem-winder
a watch that is wound by turning a knob at the stem
apple does not fall far from the stem
Alternative form of apple does not fall far from the tree
brain stem
The part of the brain that connects the spinal cord to the forebrain and cerebrum
consonant stem
a stem ending in a consonant
i-stem
A word, especially a noun in Indo-European linguistics, whose stem ends in /i/
o-stem
A word, especially a noun in Indo-European linguistics, whose stem ends in /o/
stemless
Lacking a stem, either naturally or because it has been removed

If long-stemmed roses are so popular, are stemless roses cheap?.

stemming
The technique of bridging between two holds with hands and/or feet, applying forces to each in opposing directions in order to brace oneself in position
u-stem
A word, especially a noun in Indo-European linguistics, whose stem ends in /u/
black-stem spleenwort
fern of tropical America: from southern United States to West Indies and Mexico to Brazil
brain stem
The lowest and innermost portion of the brain The brain stem contains nuclei that regulate internal organic functions, arousal of the nervous system as a whole, and elementary sensory-motor processing
brain stem
The structures lying near the core of the brain; essentially all of the brain with the exception of the cerebrum and the cerebellum and their dependent parts
brain stem
part of the central nervous system between the spinal cord and brain, which controls certain critical functions, such as breathing
brain stem
The lowest and innermost portion of the brain The barin stem constains centers that regulate internal organ functions, arousal of the nervous system as a whole and elementary sensory-motor processing
brain stem
The relatively primitive brain structure that starts where our spinal cord enters our head Neurons within the brain stem control basic functions such as heart rate and breathing
brain stem
one of the three major parts of the brain, it receives sensory input and monitors vital functions such as heartbeat, body temperature, and digestion
brain stem
The portion of the brain closest to the spinal cord It consists of the medulla, pons, and midbrain and controls many of the involuntary functions that keep us alive
brain stem
The lowest and innermost portion of the brain The brain stem contains centers that regulate internal organic functions, arousal of the nervous system as a whole, and elementary sensory motor processing
brain stem
The stemlike part of the brain that is connected to the spinal cord
brain stem
The hindbrain and midbrain of the vertebrate nervous system; it forms a cap of the top of the spinal cord and extend to the middle of the brain
brain stem
Is the lower portion of the brain composed of the "upper spinal cord", the "medula", the "pons" and the "reticular formation" it starts out sensory information and regulates survival functions
brain stem
The oldest part of the human brain sharing many features in common with the reptilian brain Basic functions such as heart rate and breathing are controlled here
brain stem
part of the brain that connects the brain's right and left hemispheres with the spinal cord It controls non-thinking commands such as breathing and blood pressure regulation
brain stem
The lower extension of the brain where it connects to the spinal cord Neurological functions located in the brain stem include those necessary for survival (breathing, heart rate) and for arousal (being awake and alert)
brain stem
the part of the brain continuous with the spinal cord and comprising the medulla oblongata and pons and midbrain and parts of the hypothalamus
brain stem
Small area connecting the Cerebral Hemispheres with the Spinal Cord and Cerebellum - Automatic Regulation / Consciousness
brain stem
part of the brain connecting the spinal cord with the forebrain and cerebrum, the hindbrain midbrain and central structures of the forebrain
brain stem
the part of the central nervous system which houses the nerve centers of the head as well as the centers for respiration, and heart control It extends from the base of the brain to the spinal cord
embryonic stem cell
{i} cell derived from an embryo in the blastula stage when it is in its early stage still only a few days old
embryonic stem-cell research
biological research on stem cells derived from embryos and their use in medicine
from stem to stern
throughout, from one end to another
hematopoeitic stem cell
blood forming stem cells in the bone marrow; T cells and B cells arise from these stem cells
human embryonic stem cell
{i} human pluripotent stem cell, one of the cells that reproduce themselves autonomously and are derived from human embryos or human fetal tissue
human pluripotent stem cell
{i} human embryonic stem cell, one of the cells that reproduce themselves autonomously and are derived from human embryos or human fetal tissue
onion stem
a white agaric that tends to cluster and has a club-shaped base
stemless
having no apparent stem above ground
stemless
Having no stem; Bot
stemless
Lacking a stem, either natural or because the stem has been removed
stemless
acaulescent
stemless
{s} lacking a stem, having a very short stem which does not appear above ground, acaulescent (Botany); having no stem
stemless
not having a stem; "stemless glassware
stemless
not having a stem; "stemless glassware"
stemmed
having the stem removed; "stemmed berries
stemmed
Having a stem
stemmed
having a stem or stems or having a stem as specified; often used in combination; "stemmed goblets"; "long-stemmed roses"
stemmed
{s} having a stem, having a certain kind of stem; having the stem removed
stemmer
a miner's tamping bar for ramming packing in over a blasting charge
stemmer
Software used to produce the stem from the inflected form of words
stemmer
{i} person or thing that removes stems
stemmer
a worker who makes or applies stems for artificial flowers
stemmer
an algorithm for removing inflectional and derivational endings in order to reduce word forms to a common stem
stemmer
a worker who strips the stems from moistened tobacco leaves and binds the leaves together into books
stemmer
One who, or that which, stems (in any of the senses of the verbs)
stemmer
a device for removing stems from fruit (as from grapes or apples)
stemmer
a device for removing stems from fruit (as from grapes or apples) a miner's tamping bar for ramming packing in over a blasting charge an algorithm for removing inflectional and derivational endings in order to reduce word forms to a common stem a worker who makes or applies stems for artificial flowers
stemming
Automatic expansion of terms to include variants of the term based on different plural endings for words
stemming
The ability of search engines to associate words with prefixes and suffixes to their word stem If you have "water" on your website, the search engines with this ability will also associate "watering" and "watered" with your page
stemming
With stemming the word endings are automatically removed (lines becomes line) and searches are performed on the "stem" + common endings (line or lines retrieves line, lines, line's, lines', lining, lined) Not very common as a practice, and not always disclosed Can usually be avoided by placing a term in " " (phrase searching)
stemming
The way the search engine use to add variations to the endings of search words or phrases so there will be more hits
stemming
defn
stemming
In informational retrieval, reduction of morphological variants of a word to a common stem
stemming
Some databases automatically search for all of the words that come from the same "stem" word (also called "root" word) unless you indicate that you only want the word you entered An example would be if you entered computer, the database would also search for computing, computers, computation, etc Stop Words: Stop words are small, frequently occurring words that are often ignored when typed into a database or search engine search Some examples: THE, AN, A, OF If a stop word is typed at the beginning of a title search, this will often stop the search entirely
stemming
A function of some search engines and directories which allows results to be returned from some or all keywords based on the same stem as the keyword entered as a search term For example, when stemming is switched on, a search for the word dance will return matches for any word whose stem is danc-, matching the keywords dance, dancer and dancing
stemming
A process for removing the inflexional, and sometimes derivational, affixes from words
stemming
Search algorithm that tries various endings for known words; oil, for example, also checks oiler, oils, oiling, and so forth
stemming
The reduction of a word to a base form so that the search mechanism can find plurals, possessives, etc
stemming
A method of mapping a linguistic stem to all matching words For example, in English, the stem "buy" matches "bought," "buying," and "buys "
stemming
The ability for a search to include the "stem" of words For example, stemming allows a user to enter "swimming" and get back results also for the stem word "swim "
stemming
the action performed by a search engine where it takes the stem of a keyword and delivers similar results For example, a keyword "run" may return results for "running" or "runner"
stemming
also known as truncation, using part of a word to search for words that are derived from it For example, "home" would return information on homeowners, homeless, homey, homestead, etc
stemming
present participle of stem
stemming
The use of a stem [i e root] of a word to search words that are derived from it For example, "child" would retrieve information on child, children, childhood, childless and so on
stemming
Stemming describes the action of the defensive backs when they move around after appearing to be settled in their alignments prior to the offense's snap of the ball By stemming, they attempt to fool the quarterback and force him into making a bad decision about where to throw the football The most successful stemming ploy by the secondary is to give the quarterback the impression that they're playing in man-to-man coverage when they're really playing a zone
stemming
Movement against a current, especially a tidal current
stemming
Process of chopping off the ending of a search term to allow matching other variations of that term, e g removing "ing" and "ed" endings Search engines may do this automatically to search terms
stemming
In keyword searching, word endings are automatically removed (lines becomes line); searches are performed on the stem + common endings (line or lines retrieves line, lines, line's, lines', lining, lined) Not very common as a practice, and not always disclosed Can usually be avoided by placing a term in " "
stems
third-person singular of stem
stems
plural of stem
valve stem
The point on a tire where it is filled with air When contact is made between cars, this stem is often sheered off by the other car's sheet metal Nascar rules require all tires to have two air chambers within a tire, so all tires have two valve stems The second stem is located deep in the rim, to protect it from being sheered off
valve stem
A rubber inflation tube with a threaded metal core that snaps into a hole on the rim of a wheel designed for tubeless tires
valve stem
A rubber inflation tube with a threaded metal core that snaps into a hole on the rim of a wheel designed for use with tubeless tires
valve stem
The portion of a valve to which the handle attaches Rotation of the valve stem turns the valve against a sealing surface to control the flow of water
valve stem
The long cylindrical portion of the valve that moves up and down in the valve guide
valve stem
A valve stem is a device that allows you to put air in your tires Made of cast rubber, the valve stem has a spring-loaded valve that screws inside of it The air pressure within the tire forces the valve seat against a seal; this is how the air is held in a tire The valve snuggly fits into a hole in the rim that is smaller than its diameter; this forms an air seal Valve stems are subject to the weather and other environmental elements, causing the rubber to break down and leak Have them inspected every time you have your tires rotated (every 6,000 miles) and replace them every time you replace your tires
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