Tom yeni gelinini eşikten taşıyan bir adamla aynı şekilde Mary'yi kaldırdı ve onu yanağından öptü. - Tom picked Mary up the same way a man carries his new bride across the threshold and gave her a kiss on the cheek.
Tom Mary'yi eşikten taşıdı. - Tom carried Mary across the threshold.
(Askeri) ASGARİLER: Kuvvet komutanlığı planı ve mali planlama uygulama ve dolar madde olarak ifade edilen Milli Savunma Bakanı tarafından tanzim edilmiş elastikiyet seviyeleri
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Definition von threshold im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch
The point where one mentally or physically is vulnerable in response to provocation or to particular things in general. As in emotions, stress, or pain
From all the pressure my partner been through lately, his emotion threshold has suddenly gotten pretty low these days. I can tell because he easily loses it when he is around people or hears about anything to do with his concerns.
the sill of a door; a horizontal piece of wood or stone that forms the bottom of a doorway and offer support when passing through a doorway
A threshold is an amount, level, or limit on a scale. When the threshold is reached, something else happens or changes. She has a low threshold of boredom and needs the constant stimulation of physical activity Fewer than forty per cent voted -- the threshold for results to be valid
If you are on the threshold of something exciting or new, you are about to experience it. We are on the threshold of a new era in astronomy
a point at which an effect can be seen For example, the threshold voltage of a transistor is the minimum voltage that must be applied to the base before any current will flow through the transistor; a test value
population the minimum number of people necessary before a particular good or service will be provided in an area Typically a low-order shop (such as a grocer or newsagent; see hierarchy) may require only 800 or so customers, whereas a higher-order store such as Marks and Spencer may need a threshold of 70,000 to be profitable, and a university 350,000 to be viable throughflow the seepage, or percolation, of water through soil In the hydrological, or water, cycle it is one of the processes responsible for he movement of water from the land to the oceans tidal energy renewable energy derived from the tides
The minimum-sized market for an economic activity The activity will not be successful until it can reach a population larger than this threshold size
the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building; the space that a door can close; "he stuck his head in the doorway"
A strip of wood or other material with a beveled edge applied to the transition area between a floor and the sill plate of a door Also called a transition
The level of magnitude of a system process at which sudden or rapid change occurs
A molding designed for the purpose of completing an installation around or next to sliding glass door tracks, fireplaces, carpeting, ceramic tile, and other objects so as to maintain a proper expansion space next to Hartco floors and to obtain a good transition Threshold is 2" wide x 78" long and prefinished in urethane to blend with the floor or available unfinished
the smallest detectable sensation the starting point for a new state or experience; "on the threshold of manhood
The place or point of entering or beginning, entrance; outset; as, the threshold of life
Generally, the minimum value of a signal that can be detected by the system or sensor under consideration
a term used to describe the level of predisposing genes and environmental triggers needed to cause expression of a disorder in multifactorial inheritance; the level may differ between males and females
A very low concentration of a substance in water The term is sometimes used to indicate the concentration which can just be detected
The smallest input value to a sensor which will cause the sensor to respond Commonly used with mechanical wind sensors to describe the wind speed necessary to cause the anemometer and wind vane to turn
The plank, stone, or piece of timber, which lies under a door, especially of a dwelling house, church, temple, or the like; the doorsill; hence, entrance; gate; door
Continuous tone that establishes a reference point for tuning the detector to ground balance it The thresh- old tone also establishes the minimum sound level for deep targets in the discriminate mode
A strip of wood or metal with beveled edges used over the finish floor and the sill of exterior doors
The number of events that satisfy certain criteria Administrators define threshold rules to determine how notifications are to be delivered
The minimum level at which a signal of any kind can be detected, either by the human senses or by using any electronic instrumentation
For the joystick interface, the amount, in device units, that the stick coordinates must change before the application is notified of the movement A high threshold reduces the number of joystick messages sent to an application, but it also reduces the sensitivity of the joystick
Applied to Frequency The value of the 1st minimum in the frequency distribution of a word in the analysed OMIM entries Words are selected as 'potential keywords' if the distribution presents such a minimum, and as 'selected keywords' if the frequency in the abstracts of a given OMIM entry is above that minimum (see the entry for Keyword above)
(n ) In image processing, a specified gray level used for producing a binary image See also thresholding
The minimum and vital market size required to support a given type of economic activity A mean number of passengers per trip can be identified to sustain profitability of a coach line, for example A threshold thus rests on a level of demand and can play a determining role in organizing both freight and passenger transport structures on the basis of demographic dynamics, geographic relations to markets and intensity of economic activities
The Envelope Follower's threshold is an amplitude level used to gate the Envelope Follower's output All amplitude envelope values below the specified threshold percentage will be greatly attenuated; amplitude envelope values above the threshold will be unchanged Generally the threshold is set to 0%, making it inactive
The threshold of a building or room is the floor in the doorway, or the doorway itself. He stopped at the threshold of the bedroom
When the amount of energy available exceeds a certain level (threshold), neurons are excited and the psychological experience of sensation occurs Sensory judgments are more complex and are based on signal strength and the observer's decision processes (Solso)
(of a system of symbols, of "another world to live in"): An entryway whereby one crosses the boundary from being outside the "other world" of a tradition to being inside it Though it may be symbolized by a physical threshold (as to a temple or shrine), it essentially refers to a shift of consciousness from focally attending to a tradition's symbols to subsidiarily attending from them to what they symbolize, which is to say coming to dwell within them
(Tıp, İlaç) A term often used in neuroscience and experimental research. An absolute threshold is the smallest detectable level of a stimulus. For example, in an experiment on sound detention, researchers may present a sound with varying levels of volume. The smallest level that a participant is able to hear is the absolute threshold
(Kanun) In party-list proportional representation systems, an election threshold is a clause that stipulates that a party must receive a minimum percentage of votes, either nationally or within a particular district, to get any seats in the parliament. The effect of the threshold is to deny small parties the right of representation, or force them into coalitions. Many people hold that this makes an election system more stable by keeping out radical factions. It is also argued that in the absence of a preferential ballot system supporters of minor parties are effectly disenfranchised and denied the right of representation by someone of their choosing
a hypothetical minimum amount of physical energy that an individual can detect for each kind of sensory stimulation; operationally defined as the level at which a stimulus is first detected 50% of the time during many attempts to detect the stimulus
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