trig

listen to the pronunciation of trig
Englisch - Türkisch
güvenilir
{f} çeki düzen ver
sağlam dayanıklı sıkı
trigonometri

Sanırım trigonometrik fonksiyonları öğrenmek birçok kişi için anlamsızdır. - I think that for many people learning the trigonometric functions is meaningless.

Trigonometri üçgenlerin uzunluklarını ve açılarını içeren ilişkileri çalışmaktadır. - Trigonometry studies relationships involving lengths and angles of triangles.

i., k.dili. trigonometri
out veya up şıklaştırmak
altına takoz koyarak hareketine mâni olmak
{s} şık
frenlemek
{s} temiz giyimli
canlı cıvıl cıvıl
tekere taş koymak
güzelleştirmek
çeki düzen vermek
trigger
tetik

Tom parmağını tetikten çekti. - Tom took his finger off the trigger.

Sputnik 1, 1957'de fırlatıldı, uzay yarışını tetikledi. - Sputnik 1, launched in 1957, triggered the Space Race.

trig list
(Askeri) abriş
trig list
(Askeri) nirengi listesi
trig list
(Askeri) ABRİŞ, NİRENGİ LİSTESİ: Mevkileri sıhhatli şekilde tespit edilmiş nirengi noktaları hakkında esas bilgileri ihtiva eden ve bazı kara birlikleri tarafından yayınlanan liste
trig out
süslemek
trig up
süslemek
trig up
(Fiili Deyim ) süsleyip püslemek
trigger
{f} başlatmak
trigger
{i} deklanşör
trigger
tetik,v.harekete geçir: n.tetik
trigger
(Askeri) TETİK: Bir silahı ateşlemek için parmakla hareket ettirilen manivela
trigger
(Nükleer Bilimler) tetiklemek
trigger
zembereği serbest bırakmaya mahsus cihaz
trigger
harekete geçirici
trigger
harekete geçirmek
trigger
zemin hazırlamak
trigger
(Biyokimya) başlatıcı
trigger
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tetikleyici

Lazer ışını alarm tetikleyicilerini kontrol ediyorum. - I'm checking for laser beam alarm triggers.

trigger
-e yol açmak
trigger
patlatmak
trigger
-e neden olmak
trigger
(Bilgisayar) harekete geçir
trigger
neden olmak
trigger
yol açmak
trigger
(off ile) başlatmak
trigger
tetim
trigger
infilak ettirmek
trigger
tetikler
math trig
(Bilgisayar) matematik ve trigonometri
trigger
kafası çabuk işler
trigger
{f} tetiği çekip (silahı)
trigger
quick on the trigger eli tetikte
trigger
cinayet işlemeyi üzerine alan gangster
trigger
trigger başlat
trigger
hazırcevap
trigger
{i} foto. deklanşör
trigonometry
{i} trigonometri

Trigonometri üçgenlerin uzunluklarını ve açılarını içeren ilişkileri çalışmaktadır. - Trigonometry studies relationships involving lengths and angles of triangles.

trigonometry
(isim) trigonometri
Englisch - Englisch
firm, true, steady
trigonometry
A trigonometric point
{v} to stop or fasten a wheel, to set a mark
To fill; to stuff; to cram
A stone, block of wood, or anything else, placed under a wheel or barrel to prevent motion; a scotch; a skid
{s} neat, trim; in sound physical condition
Abbreviation of trigonometry
the mathematics of triangles and trigonometric functions
(of persons) neat and smart in appearance; "a clean-cut and well-bred young man"; "the trig corporal in his jaunty cap"
To stop, as a wheel, by placing something under it; to scotch; to skid
Full; also, trim; neat
trig point
A fixed pillar with a metal housing for a theodolite on the top of a high point in the landscape; originally used for making Ordnance Survey maps
trig points
plural form of trig point
trigger
A text string that, when received by a player, will cause the player to execute a certain command
trigger
An event that initiates others, or incites a response
trigger
A similar device used to activate any mechanism
trigger
A rule which states that on a certain event, if additional conditions are TRUE, a certain action has to be performed In most database systems, triggers can be specified for changing SQL commands only (i e INSERT, UPDATE; DELETE), but definition on other events (SELECT trigger, END TRANSACTION trigger) can also be useful Triggers can lead to cascading actions, and if many triggers are defined, it can become difficult to keep an overview of processing Many database systems provide triggers as a resort for not having declarative constraint definition capabilities
trigger
{n} the catch of a wheel or gun
trigger
put in motion or move to act; "trigger a reaction"; "actuate the circuits"
trigger
release or pull the trigger on; "Trigger a gun"
trigger
to fire a weapon
trigger
noun, any event that serves as a stimulus and initiates or precipitates a reaction or series of reactions; verb, to initiate or precipitate a reaction or series of reactions
trigger
The market interest rate at which the terms of a security might change Triggers are common on index amortization notes and range securities
trigger
A named set of SQL statements that are considered (triggered) when a data modification (INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE) occurs If a condition stated within the trigger is met, then a prescribed action is taken (8)
trigger
(Generic) The activation of an event-driven process (Database) An application-specific process invoked by a database management system as a result of a request to add, change, delete, or retrieve a data element
trigger
an act that sets in motion some course of events
trigger
A program in a database that gets called each time a row in a table is INSERTED, UPDATED, or DELETED Triggers allow you to check that any changes are correct, or to fill in missing information before it is commited Triggers are normally written in PL/SQL or Java
trigger
A single factor, such as a certain food, that may cause a migraine
trigger
A signal (typically a TTL signal) that is transmitted in order to synchronize two or more instruments; something that acts like a mechanical initiator in setting up a process or reaction
trigger
Unlike other scheduling systems (like cron), Chinook differentiates between a task and the thing that caused it to start This leads to the concept of a trigger A trigger does not have to be based on a moment in time It may be based on the phase of the moon or the color of the operator's shirt (but I don't know how you would code that), or even utilize a scripting language This abstraction allows for maximum flexibility and greatly simplifies the TaskRunner class It also allows for better performance tuning since the way a task is kicked off does not need to be bound to its execution
trigger
The ability of a DBMS to invoke a program routine when a defined event occurs in a database
trigger
A catch to hold the wheel of a carriage on a declivity
trigger
An event that triggers reevaluation of a rule's condition, specifically a relevant change or relevant construction
trigger
An SQL procedure that "loads" a screen form, with the correct information from the database, when the user reviews attributes or loads displayable attributes
trigger
Action that causes a procedure to be carried out automatically when a user attempts to modify data
trigger
an act that sets in motion some course of events a device that activates or releases or causes something to happen release or pull the trigger on; "Trigger a gun
trigger
In astronomy, a pre-defined set of conditions met by a detector, initiating a set of observations or data-collection The trigger conditions vary by detector and mission
trigger
If something acts as a trigger for another thing such as an illness, event, or situation, the first thing causes the second thing to begin to happen or exist. Stress may act as a trigger for these illnesses
trigger
If something triggers an event or situation, it causes it to begin to happen or exist. the incident which triggered the outbreak of the First World War Trigger off means the same as trigger. It is still not clear what events triggered off the demonstrations
trigger
The common name for any type of stimulus that will cause a security system to produce an alarm A trigger could come from a pinswitch, a sensor, or a direct command from a transmitter or accessory button 2
trigger
The trigger of a gun is a small lever which you pull to fire it. A man pointed a gun at them and pulled the trigger
trigger
a pulse in an electronic circuit that initiates some component
trigger
lever that activates the firing mechanism of a gun
trigger
A stored procedure that occurs when a user executes an instruction that may affect the referential integrity of a database Triggers usually occur before the execution of an INSERT, DELETE, or UPDATE statement so that the effect of the statement on referential integrity can be examined by a stored procedure before execution See also stored procedure
trigger
A piece, as a lever, which is connected with a catch or detent as a means of releasing it; especially (Firearms), the part of a lock which is moved by the finger to release the cock and discharge the piece
trigger
{f} start, precipitate, initiate; activate; fire a weapon
trigger
Consists of a condition and an action The condition defines when to launch an action
trigger
Anything that causes asthma symptoms to worsen in a given person Different things are triggers for different people Common triggers include exercise, cigarette smoke, pollen, dust, cold air, and aspirin/NSAIDs Upper respiratory infections are perhaps the most common trigger for asthma symptoms
trigger
the signal used to initiate a sweep on an oscilloscope and determine the beginning point of the trace
trigger
to initiate something
trigger
A condition tested to ascertain whether an induction algorithm must be applied
trigger
The condition that cause a virus to activate its destructive payload This can be based on a time and date, a specific number of times an application is run, or many other criteria
trigger
Substances (dust, mold, pollen, chemicals, etc ) or conditions (colds, infections, gastric juice, etc ) that bother the air passages and cause asthma symptoms
trigger
an SQL procedure that may be initiated when a record is inserted, updated or deleted; typically used to maintain referential integrity
trigger
A mechanism that detects an event or condition in the PDM system and react by initiating some subsequent action
trigger
{i} lever which is pulled on to fire a gun; agent, stimulus; signal in computers which causes the launching of a certain procedure (Computers)
trigger
a single factor, such as a certain food, that may cause a headache
trigger
The trigger of a bomb is the device which causes it to explode. trigger devices for nuclear weapons
trigger
a finger-operated lever used to fire a gun
trigger
a device that activates or releases or causes something to happen
trigger
Any event which can be used as a timing reference In a DSA, a trigger can be used to initiate a measurement
trigger
To trigger a bomb or system means to cause it to work. The thieves must have deliberately triggered the alarm and hidden inside the house = activate
trig
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