virtually

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Englisch - Türkisch
neredeyse

Bizim evimizle karşılaştırıldığında, onunki neredeyse bir saray. - Compared to our house, his is virtually a palace.

Tom'un sınavı geçmesi neredeyse imkansız. - It's virtually impossible for Tom to pass the exam.

aslında, esas itibarıyla; âdeta: We're virtually done. Bitirdik sayılır. We had entered what was virtually a
aslında

Aslında tüm nüfusun sekizde birine herpes virüsleri bulaşmıştır. - Virtually the entire population is infected with one of eight herpes viruses.

hemen hemen

Öğrenme muhtemelen hemen hemen katıldığımız her faaliyette yer alır. - Learning probably takes place in virtually every activity in which we take part.

sanal
esas itibarıyla
adeta
sanal olarak
hakikatte
(Kanun) bilkuvve
gerçekte

Tom'u bizimle gelmesi için ikna etmek gerçekte imkansız olurdu. - It would be virtually impossible to convince Tom to come along with us.

fiilen
(Kanun) gerçek halde
virtual
sanal

Hemen hemen tüm sanal bellek uygulamaları bir uygulama programının sanal adres alanını sayfalara böler; bir sayfa bitişik sanal bellek adreslerinden oluşan bir bloktur. - Almost all implementations of virtual memory divide the virtual address space of an application program into pages; a page is a block of contiguous virtual memory addresses.

Tatoeba Projesi bizim sanal evimizdir. - Tatoeba Project is our virtual home.

virtual
gerçekte etkili olan
virtual
{s} asıl
virtual
{s} gerçek kuvveti olan
virtual
{s} gerçek

Sanal gerçekliği hiç denedin mi? - Have you ever tried virtual reality?

Tom'u bizimle gelmesi için ikna etmek gerçekte imkansız olurdu. - It would be virtually impossible to convince Tom to come along with us.

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varsayılan
virtual
virtuallygerçekte
virtual
gerçek olmayan
virtual
sanal/as
virtual
edimsel
virtual
(Kanun) kuvvetli
virtual
(Kanun) güçlü
virtual
(Denizbilim) virtüel
virtual
gayriresmi
virtual
gerçekte olan
virtual
hakiki
virtual
zahiri
virtual
hemen hemen

Öğrenme muhtemelen hemen hemen katıldığımız her faaliyette yer alır. - Learning probably takes place in virtually every activity in which we take part.

Hemen hemen tüm sanal bellek uygulamaları bir uygulama programının sanal adres alanını sayfalara böler; bir sayfa bitişik sanal bellek adreslerinden oluşan bir bloktur. - Almost all implementations of virtual memory divide the virtual address space of an application program into pages; a page is a block of contiguous virtual memory addresses.

virtual
zımni
virtual
ismen olmasa da fiilen var olan
virtual
gerçekte etkili olan, fiili, gerçek, asıl; gayriresmi (Resmen kabul edilmemiş fakat fiilen olmuş bir şeyi niteler): This is a virtual
virtual
görünümsel
virtual
a virtual promise ima edilen vaat
virtual
kuvvette olup eyleme geçmemiş
virtual
edimsiz
virtual
the virtual ruler kuvvetine dayanarak hüküm süren kimse
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fiilen
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{s} 1. gerçekte etkili olan, fiili, gerçek, asıl; gayriresmi (Resmen kabul edilmemiş fakat fiilen olmuş bir şeyi niteler): This is a virtual
Englisch - Englisch
Without exaggeration; literally
In essence, but not in fact
Of a covering space of finite index

virtually Haken.

Of a substructure of finite index

virtually indicable.

almost but not quite

Wiktionary will never even be virtually complete.

{a} effectually, in reality, not formally
(of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished; `near' is sometimes used informally for `nearly' and `most' is sometimes used informally for `almost'; "the job is (just) about done"; "the baby was almost asleep when the alarm sounded"; "we're almost finished"; "the car all but ran her down"; "he nearly fainted"; "talked for nigh onto 2 hours"; "the recording is well-nigh perfect"; "virtually all the parties signed the contract"; "I was near exhausted by the run"; "most everyone agrees"
practically; almost but not quite
You can use virtually to indicate that something is so nearly true that for most purposes it can be regarded as true. Virtually all cooking was done over coal-fired ranges It would have been virtually impossible to research all the information. = almost
(intensifier before a figurative expression) without exaggeration; "our eyes were literally pinned to TV during the Gulf war"
in essence or effect but not in fact; "the strike virtually paralyzed the city"; "I'm virtually broke"
In a virtual manner; in efficacy or effect only, and not actually; to all intents and purposes; practically
in essence, in effect, almost, practically, as good as
in essence or effect but not in fact; "the strike virtually paralyzed the city"; "I'm virtually broke
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In effect or essence, if not in fact or reality; imitated, simulated

Virtual addressing allows applications to believe that there is much more physical memory than actually exists.

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Of something that is simulated in a computer or on-line

The virtual world of his computer game allowed character interaction.

virtual
Related to technology

virtual communication.

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In C++, a virtual member function of a class
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In object-oriented programming, capable of being overridden with a different implementation in a subclass
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being in essence or effect, but not in form or appearance
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{a} effectual, powerful, equivalent, real
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Virtual items have no direct corresponding physical equivalent, for example most computers have one or more physical hard drives, on which can be defined a number of virtual storage areas called partitions
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Having the power of acting or of invisible efficacy without the agency of the material or sensible part; potential; energizing
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Nearly, almost. (A relatively recent corruption of meaning, attributed to misuse in advertising and media.)
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In effect or essence, if not in fact or reality; imitated, simulated, substantial
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Simulation of the real thing Means "almost" or "in effect only" You will see this term appear before various computer terms to indicate simulation technology that enables you to cross boundaries and experience something without requiring its physical presence The Internet is also seen as a "virtual" world
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[via the technical term `virtual memory', prob from the term `virtual image' in optics] adj 1 Common alternative to {logical}; often used to refer to the artificial objects created by a computer system to help the system control access to shared resources 2 Simulated; performing the functions of something that isn't really there An imaginative child's doll may be a virtual playmate Oppose {real}
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Virtual refers to anything that seems real but is actually simulated by the operating system For example, virtual memory is really disk storage made to look like real memory
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A commonly used adjective that means having all of the properties of x while not necessarily being x
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Virtual objects and activities are generated by a computer to simulate real objects and activities. This is a virtual shopping centre offering visitors entry to a clutch of well-known e-tailers without going to their different websites. @ virtuality vir·tu·al·ity People speculate about virtuality systems, but we're already working on it
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Colloquial way to refer to a computer process that is comparable to a real, physical function
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refers to technologies that generate more or less realistic (but not physical) illusions of reality
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Any event, meeting or activity that is performed using computers by anybody or by any group of people, which occurs in what might be deemed as cyberspace (that is to say within the digital processing activity of a computer or of interconnected communicating computers) might be deemed a 'virtual' event, meeting or activity
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This refers to something that we can't physically see or touch but exists on the Internet in cyberspace
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{s} being such in power or effect though not formally recognized; imaginary, hypothetical; computer simulated
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Word used to describe the activities and places that are conducted and replicated on the Internet Virtual environments are often rendered, rather than photographed and give the illusion of three dimensions (3-D)
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Artificial Anything which your computer can do to "fake" the real thing For example, it's possible with some systems to set aside space on your hard disk as "virtual memory", so your system can report that you have more memory free for certain applications than it actually has When the software uses the virtual memory, it is swapped to and from the hard disk in the background Alternatively, it's possible to set up a part of your computer's memory as a very fast "virtual disk "
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Being in essence or effect, not in fact; as, the virtual presence of a man in his agent or substitute
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Virtual adv 1 Existing or resulting in essence though not in actual fact, form, or name 2 Existing in mind, especially as a product of imagination (from the American Heritage Dictionary)
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Simulation of the real thing in such a way that it presents reality in essence or in effect though not in actual fact
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A property that is computed when requested, rather than being stored anywhere These are often functions of other properties, such as the area property of a geometric part (The area of a transistor part may be a different matter, as that is probably a parameter )
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You can use virtual to indicate that something is so nearly true that for most purposes it can be regarded as true. Argentina came to a virtual standstill while the game was being played conditions of virtual slavery
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A trendy word to describe computer simulations It's commonly used to describe things that look real but aren't really there For example, when Windows 98 uses virtual memory, it's using part of the hard disk for memory, not the actual memory chips
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Referring to a simulation or environment that exists primarily in cyberspace
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{i} computerized representation of an actual object (Computers)
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Functionality provided without additional hardware|software, often without the user needing to realize this economy; e g : virtual memory, virtual console or virtual web server
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A computer-generated environment
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We apply the adjective "virtual" to many entities to indicate a logical or computerized representation of the entity, such as virtual shopping cart
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A transparent process which allows a hosted Internet domain appear to be completely independent of any other domain The illusion greatly enhances the image of organizations seeking to market their products and to provide an easy-to-remember point of contact
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A commonly used adjective that means having all of the properties of x while not necessarily being x For example, "virtual Friday" in a workplace is the last day of work before a break, that is to say it is like Friday but may or may not actually be Friday A "virtual reality" is an artificial environment that appears to be its own reality On a mainframe, a "virtual machine" gives the user all of the properties and "feel" of a separate personal computer
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being such in essence or effect though not in actual fact; "a virtual dependence on charity"; "a virtual revolution"; "virtual reality"
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An adjective that refers to objects, activities, etc that exist or are carried on in cyberspace For example, on the WWW you can find virtual or electronic malls and storefronts
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being actually such in almost every respect; "a practical failure"; "the once elegant temple lay in virtual ruin"
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Describes something that exists in essence or effect, but not in any physical sense
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Not real The term virtual is popular among computer scientists and is used in a wide variety of situations In general, it distinguishes something that is merely conceptual from something that has physical reality For example, virtual memory refers to an imaginary set of locations, or addresses, where you can store data It is imaginary in the sense that the memory area is not the same as the real physical memory composed of transistors The difference is a bit like the difference between an architect's plans for a house and the actual house A computer scientist might call the plans a virtual house Another analogy is the difference between the brain and the mind The mind is a virtual brain It exists conceptually, but the actual physical matter is the brain The opposite of virtual is real, absolute, or physical (Source: http: //webopedia internet com)
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