descendants

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İngilizce - Türkçe
soyundan gelenler
soyundan inenler
nesil
ahfat
torunlar
descend
{f} inmek
descend
{f} alçalmak
descendants to
soyuna
descend
{f} inmek; (kuş, uçak v.b.) alçalmak; (karanlık, sis v.b.) çökmek
descendant
neslinden olan kişi
descendant
torun

O, Julius Caesar'ın torunu. - He was a descendant of Julius Caesar.

Torunlarımıza temiz ve yeşil bir dünya bırakmak istiyoruz. - We want to leave our descendants a clean and green earth.

descend
{f} detaya inmek
descend
{f} soyundan gelmek

Amerikalıların çoğunluğu göçmenlerin soyundan gelmektedir. - The majority of the Americans are descended from immigrants.

İnsanlar maymunların soyundan gelmektedir. - Humans descend from apes.

descendant
oğul
descend
bastırmak
descend
iniş
descend
sökün etmek
descend
{f} saldırmak
descend
aşağı inmek
descendant
birinin soyundan gelen kimse
descendant
in soyundan gelen kimse
descendant
(Muzik) inici
descend
(aşağı) inmek
descend
üşüşmek
descend
kalmak
descend
hücum etmek
descend
düşmek
descend
(on/upon ile) aniden saldırmak
descend
(güneş) batmak
descend
in
descend
(to ile) tenezzül etmek
descendant
-in soyundan gelen kimse
descendant
neslinden olan
descend
{f} miras kalmak
descendant
soyundan gelen kimse
descendants of
soyluk
offspring or descendants
çoluk çocuk veya torunları
descend
{f} baskın yapmak
descend
{f} aşağı yuvarlanmak
descend
genelden özele geçmek
descend
{f} madene inmek
descend
çökmek
descend
{f} on/upon inip -e saldırmak; -e sökün
descend
{f} from -in soyundan gelmek
descend
descend alçal
descendant
neslinden olan ahfadlndan
descendant
düşen şey
descendant
{i} torun; of (birinin) soyundan gelen kimse
İngilizce - İngilizce
all of the offspring of a given progenitor; "we must secure the benefits of freedom for ourselves and our posterity
plural of descendant
{i} posterity; all the offsprings to the remotest degree of a particular person; future generations
descendants of Abraham
people who are offspring from Abraham, member of the Israelite people
descend
To pass from a higher to a lower place; to move downwards; to come or go down in any way, as by falling, flowing, walking, etc.; to plunge; to fall; to incline downward

We will here descend to matters of later date. Fuller.

descend
To make an attack, or incursion, as if from a vantage ground; to come suddenly and with violence; -- with on or upon

And on the suitors let thy wrath descend. Alexander Pope.

descendant
proceeding from a figurative ancestor or source
descendant
One which derives directly from a given precursor or source

This famous medieval manuscript has many descendants.

descendant
One who is the progeny of someone at any distance of time

The patriarch survived many descendants: five children, a dozen grandchildren, even a great grandchild.

descendant
A later evolutionary type

Dogs evolved as descendants of early wolves.

descendant
descending from a biological ancestor
descendant
one who is descended lineally from another, as a child, grandchild, etc
descendant
Person who is descended from another person, for example, a child, grandchild, or great-grandchild
descendant
One who descends from another; one's child, offspring
descendant
Something modern which developed from an older thing can be called a descendant of it. His design was a descendant of a 1956 device ancestor
descendant
Those person who are born of, or from children of, another are called that person's descendants Grandchildren are descendants of their grandfather as children are descendants of their natural parents The law also distinguishes between collateral descendants and lineal descendants
descend
{v} to come down or from, spring, sink
descend
To go down upon or along; to pass from a higher to a lower part of; as, they descended the river in boats; to descend a ladder
descendant
{n} the offspring or race of an ancestor
descendant
{a} proceeding from another, falling
descend
An increase in speed (i e , decrease in time) from one piece to the next during a set Example: "3 X 100 descend" means "swim the first 100 at a moderate pace, the second a bit faster, and the third even faster still " Example: "6 X 100, descend by 3's" means "swim the first 100 at moderate pace, the second a bit faster, and the third even faster still; then repeat this pattern for the next three 100s "
descend
When night, dusk, or darkness descends, it starts to get dark. Darkness has now descended and the moon and stars shine hazily in the clear sky. = fall
descend
come down
descend
To pass from a higher to a lower place; to move downwards; to come or go down in any way, as by falling, flowing, walking, etc
descend
to plunge; to fall; to incline downward; the opposite of ascend
descend
disapproval If you say that someone descends to behaviour which you consider unacceptable, you are expressing your disapproval of the fact that they do it. We're not going to descend to such methods = stoop, sink
descend
If a large group of people arrive to see you, especially if their visit is unexpected or causes you a lot of work, you can say that they have descended on you. 3,000 city officials descended on Capitol Hill to lobby for more money
descend
To enter mentally; to retire
descend
To come down to a lower, less fortunate, humbler, less virtuous, or worse, state or station; to lower or abase one's self; as, he descended from his high estate
descend
To fall in pitch; to pass from a higher to a lower tone
descend
VARCHAR2(4) Whether the column is sorted in descending order (Y/N)
descend
come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example; "She was descended from an old Italian noble family"; "he comes from humble origins"
descend
{f} go down; be handed down (from generation to generation); lower oneself morally
descend
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descend
To come down to a lower, less fortunate, humbler, less virtuous, or worse, state or station; to lower or abase ones self; as, he descended from his high estate
descend
To pass from the more general or important to the particular or less important matters to be considered
descend
do something that one considers to be below one's dignity
descend
To come down, as from a source, original, or stock; to be derived; to proceed by generation or by transmission; to fall or pass by inheritance; as, the beggar may descend from a prince; a crown descends to the heir
descend
come as if by falling; "Night fell"; "Silence fell"
descend
emphasis When you want to emphasize that the situation that someone is entering is very bad, you can say that they are descending into that situation. He was ultimately overthrown and the country descended into chaos. = fall, slide
descend
When a mood or atmosphere descends on a place or on the people there, it affects them by spreading among them. An uneasy calm descended on the area = fall
descend
vt turun
descend
To make an attack, or incursion, as if from a vantage ground; to come suddenly and with violence; with on or upon
descend
To enter mentally; to retire. [Poetic]
descend
To move toward the south, or to the southward
descend
If you descend or if you descend a staircase, you move downwards from a higher to a lower level. Things are cooler and more damp as we descend to the cellar She descended one flight of stairs. = go down rise, ascend
descend
move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way; "The temperature is going down"; "The barometer is falling"; "The curtain fell on the diva"; "Her hand went up and then fell again"
descendant
A descendant node of any node A is any node below A in a tree model, where "below" means "away from the root "
descendant
One of a class's subclasses, one of its subclasses's subclasses, etc Sometimes the word descendant includes the class itself, along with its proper descendants
descendant
The point in the birth chart opposite to the Ascendant; the cusp of the seventh house
descendant
a person considered as descended from some ancestor or race
descendant
The seventh house (or its cusp), governing marriage, partnership and open confrontation
descendant
Your descendant is someone whose ancestry can be traced to you: your child, grandchild, great-grandchild, etc
descendant
A later type; as, dogs evolved from relatives of early wolves
descendant
Letter L is a descendant of letter M if M is an ancestor of L
descendant
An immediate or remote offspring
descendant
going or coming down
descendant
Any member below a parent in the database outline For example, in the Sample Basic database, Qtr2 and April are descendants of Year
descendant
The opposite point to the Ascendant, usually the cusp of the 7th house, also known as the Western Angle
descendant
{i} offspring (child, grandchild, etc.)
descendant
The descendant is the sun sign that is on the cusp of the 7th house
descendant
A descendant node of any node A is any node below A in a tree model of a document, where "above" means "toward the root "
descendant
Any node contained within the content of an element The children and their children are descendants Example: <p>This is a list <ul> <li>item 1</li> <li><em>item 2</em></li> </ul> with 2 items </p> The element "p" has direct children
descendant
Your descendants are your children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and so on -- anyone to whom you are an ancestor
descendant
In OOP any class that is higher (away from TObject) in the hierarchy chain from a particular class is a descendant of that class All classes in C++Builder are descendants of TObject For example, all components are descendants of TComponent even though almost all of them have immediate ancestors further down the chain See "Implementation of TObject" for more information
descendant
One who descends, as offspring, however remotely; correlative to ancestor or ascendant
descendant
One who is the progeny of someone at any distance of time; e.g. a child; a grandchild, etc
descendant
a person descended from his or her older generations
descendant
Descendent
descendant
The 7th house cusp of a chart, assumed to indicate attributes we seek and attract in others (particularly partners) Astronomically, the intersection of the horizon and the ecliptic in the west
descendant
one who is descended, however remotely, from another
descendant
a person considered as descended from some ancestor or race going or coming down
descendant
The descendants of a transaction are all the transactions that were spawned by the parent transaction or by any child or other descendant of that transaction
descendant
Someone's descendants are the people in later generations who are related to them. They are descendants of the original English and Scottish settlers. ancestor
had no descendants
bore no children, had no children
his descendants
his offspring, his issue, his progeny, his seed
descendants

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    dîsendınts

    Telaffuz

    /dəˈsendənts/ /dɪˈsɛndənts/

    Etimoloji

    (noun.) 1600. French and Latin; French descendant, from Late Latin descendent-, descendens, from Latin.

    Videolar

    ... ln 1 800, Europeans and their descendants ...
    ... descendants, make good use of those data? ...

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