to zoom

listen to the pronunciation of to zoom
Englisch - Türkisch
zum yapmak
(to) büyütmek
(to) Yakınlaştırmak
(Bilgisayar) yakınlaştırma

O bir yakınlaştırma lensi kullandı. - She used a zoom lens.

Bu yakınlaştırma tuşu. - This is the zoom button.

zum yapmak
(Havacılık) dikine yükselmek
optik kaydırma
(Havacılık) dikine yükselme
(Bilgisayar) oran
(Bilgisayar) büyüt/küçült
(Bilgisayar) büyüt
(Bilgisayar) yaklaş
(Bilgisayar) yakınlaş

Bu yakınlaştırma tuşu. - This is the zoom button.

O bir yakınlaştırma lensi kullandı. - She used a zoom lens.

(Bilgisayar) ölçek
(Bilgisayar) yakınlaştır

O bir yakınlaştırma lensi kullandı. - She used a zoom lens.

Bu yakınlaştırma tuşu. - This is the zoom button.

{f} zum yap
(uçak) gürültü ile dikine yükselmek
{i} zum yapma
{f} zoom yapmak
{i} birden yükselme
(İnşaat) yakından bakmak
optik kaydırma cin
vın diye geçmek
{f} birden yükselmek (uçak)
birden yükselmek
(Askeri) ANİ ÇEKİLİŞ, ŞANDEL: Bir uçağın yukarı doğru yaptığı ani yükseliş
{f} k.dili. büyük bir hızla artmak
rüzgâr gibi gitmek
mesafeyi ayarlayan mercek
{f} in on sin. zum/kaydırma yaparak -i birden çok
mesafeyi ayarlamak
mesafeyi ayarla/vınla
{f} k.dili. büyük bir hızla gitmek, tam gazla gitmek
zoom lens foto
{f} fırlamak
Englisch - Englisch
a humming noise from something moving very fast
to manipulate a display so as to magnify or shrink it
to go up sharply

prices zoomed.

a big increase
to change the focal length of a zoom lens
to move fast with a humming noise
{i} moving speedily; moving with a low buzzing sound; buzzing sound; climbing at a sharp incline; camera lens enabling variation of image size; enlargement of a computer screen image simulating change in proximity
To enlarge and display greater detail of a portion of a geographic data set
A software option that allows users to expand the size of a display window, thereby revealing more detailed graphics images or written information on-screen
move along very quickly move with a low humming noise
A software or hardware function that allows for the display of progressively smaller (zoom in) or larger (zoom out) areas of an image on an interactive display device
Ability to enlarge or reduce the image of a map (or other figure) presented on a CRT display Often the terms "zoom in" and "zoom out" are used to mean "make larger" and "make smaller"
move with a low humming noise
an augmentation of a view as with a lens
Expanding an image within the frame by bringing the subject into closeup
The zoom function can be used to reduce or increase the size of your diagrams
vb To enlarge a selected portion of a graphical image or document to fill a window or the screen Zooming is a feature of many programs, including drawing, word processing, and spreadsheet programs, that allow the user to select a small part of the screen, zoom it, and make changes to the enlarged portion at a finer level of detail See also window
A capability for proportionately enlarging or reducing the scale of a figure or maps displayed on a CRT
The HyperChem function that magnifies or reduces the size of the molecular system in the workspace
A camera technique with a special lens to adjust the depth of a shot, accomplished without moving the camera
If you zoom somewhere, you go there very quickly. We zoomed through the gallery = speed
The feature of a system which varies the size of the screen display of a publication These setting between 400% (4 times actual size) and 10% (a tenth of actual size)
{f} pass by suddenly with a humming sound; rise suddenly; use a zoom lens (e.g. in photography)
Electronically or optically enlarging or reducing the size of an image
With zoom, you can enlarge the Lowrance sonar or GPS map display for a closer look at small detail and fish target signals In the sonar automatic zoom mode, the bottom is constantly tracked and displayed in the lower portion of the screen (also called "zoom bottom track") In the manual zoom mode, you can create a zoom "window" of any size, and move it anywhere up or down in the sonar water column it doesn't remain locked on to display the bottom
A telephoto (zoom) lens lets you adjust how close or how far a subject appears in your picture Most digital cameras have two types of zoom capabilities: optical and digital In optical zoom mode the camera uses motorized lenses that move back and forth to bring the subject closer or farther away In digital zoom mode the camera takes a part of the picture the lens captures, enlarges it and throws away the rest If you digitally zoom with a 1-megapixel camera, you'll get photos that have less then 1-megapixel of resolution (sometimes even half as much) Digital zoom is a fancy term for standard cropping
If prices or sales zoom, they increase greatly in a very short time. The economy shrank and inflation zoomed = soar
The process of proportionately enlarging or reducing an image displayed on a computer monitor
An integrated software command that expands a window to fill the entire screen
A viewing option available from the main graphic user interface that allows the user the chance to zoom into or out of an image, depending on the requirement Users may also zoom to a specific selection - they must "rubber band" an area to zoom into, and choose "zoom to selection" to zoom in on the area they've have defined Icons are included to zoom in or out of a displayed TIFF image, as well as zoom to selection
the act of rising upward into the air
a quick ascent
a rapid rise
to fly an airplane straight up
to go up sharply, as in prices zoomed
to focus on an object using a zoom lens so that the object's apparent distance from the observer changes -- often used with in or out
In a user interface, to progressively increase or decrease the size of a part of an image on a screen or in a window
rise rapidly; "the dollar soared against the yes"
A procedure for changing the effective magnification of an image display by averaging, interpolating, or simply replicating, the intensities of adjacent pixels
Enlarging or reducing the size of a displayed area or window
to move rapidly
move along very quickly
To magnify the image on a monitor screen-- especially useful when editing notes in Standard MIDI files
A technique used to examine a portion of an image in greater detail
The process of magnifying of the display of an image in a window to more closely inspect areas of a drawing
A zoom is the same as a zoom lens. a sound made by a vehicle that is travelling fast
to zoom

    Türkische aussprache

    tı zum


    /tə ˈzo͞om/ /tə ˈzuːm/


    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.


    ... I can zoom in. ...
    ... We're going to zoom in the map in Middle Earth in a place ...

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