dimension

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İngilizce - Türkçe
boyut

O, sorunumuza yeni bir boyut kattı. - That adds a new dimension to our problem.

Odanın boyutları nedir? - What are the dimensions of the room?

çaplamak
boyutlandırmak
uzanım
(Gıda) büyüklük
(Tıp) dimansiyon
çap
çap boyutlar
ölçülerini koymak
genişlik ve derinlik birimlerinin her biri
ölçüde esas olan uzunluk
oylum
boyutlarını ayarlamak
hacim
{i} ebat
ölçüsü alınan şeyler
şişman
genişlik

Genişlik temel boyutlardan biridir. - Width is one of the basic dimensions.

bir terimi belirleyen faktör
{i} ölçü
boy

Odanın boyutları nedir? - What are the dimensions of the room?

Dört boyutluları hayal etmek zordur. - It's difficult to visualize four dimensions.

mesafe
buut
dimensions
{i} ölçü
dimension drawing
ölçekli resim
dimension line
boyut çizgisi
dimension line
ölçü çizgisi
dimension lines
ölçü çizgileri
dimension of a quantity
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) büyüklüğün boyutu
dimension theory
(Fizik) boyut teorisi
dimension theory 
(Matematik) boyut teorisi 
dimension stone
kesme taş
dimension lumber
biçilmiş kereste, çaplı kereste
dimension lumber
(Marangozluk) biçilmiş kereste
dimension lumber
çaplı kereste
dimension of a matrix
matrisin boyutu
dimension of a quantity
buyuklugun boyutu
dimension stone
çaplı taş
dimensional
boyutlu

Karakterler iki boyutludur. - The characters are two dimensional.

Tekillikten sonra, hepimizin dokuz boyutlu cinsel organları olacak. - After the Singularity, we will all have nine dimensional sex organs.

dimensions
boyut

Dört boyutluları görselleştirmek zordur. - It's difficult to visualize four dimensions.

Odanın boyutları nedir? - What are the dimensions of the room?

dimensions
{i} ebat
dimensional
boyuta ait
dimensional
boyutsal
dimensionally
boyutlu olarak
dimensioning
ölçülendirme
dimensioning
boyutlama
dimensionless
boyutsuz
dimensions
ebatlar
nominal dimension
itibari boyut
quantity dimension
(Ticaret) büyüklüğün boyutu
change in dimension
deformasyon
dimensional
butlu
dimensional
ebatlı
dimensions
boyutlar

Genişlik temel boyutlardan biridir. - Width is one of the basic dimensions.

Bir atomun boyutları son derece küçüktür. - An atom's dimensions are extremely small.

fourth dimension
dördüncü boyut
lattice dimension
kafes boyutu
cultural dimension
kültürel boyut
dimensionality
boyutluluk
dimensionally
boyutsal
dimensionless
Boyutsuz, ölçüleri olmayan
nominal dimension
nominal boyut, itibarı boyut
number dimension revision level
sayı boyut revizyon seviyesi
third dimension
üçüncü boyut
three dimension
üç boyutlu
acquire dimension
boyut kazanmak
dimensional
ölçülü
dimensional
buutlu
finite dimension
(Matematik) sonlu boyut
inside dimension
iç ölçü
lattice dimension
(Fizik) örgü boyutu
least dimension
küçük boyut
moral dimension
ahlaki boyut
overall dimension
boydan boya uzunluk
superficial dimension
yüzeysel ölçü
take on dimension
boyut kazanmak
technologic dimension
teknolojik boyut
tire dimension
(Otomotiv) lastik boyutları
vertical dimension
(Diş Hekimliği) yüzün, orta çizgiden dikey ölçüm değeri; kaslararası nokta - burun ucu uzunluğunun, burun ucu - çene alt ucu uzunluğuna eşit olması gerektiği düşünülerek tam protezlerde mumlu provada dikkat edilir
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any of the independent coordinates used to specify uniquely the location of a point in a space
An alternative universe or plane of existence
A construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished
To mark, cut or shape something to specified dimensions
A single aspect of a given thing
Any of the independent ranges of indices in a multidimensional array
One of the physical property regarded as a fundamental measure of a physical quantity, such as mass, length and time

The dimensions of velocity are length divided by time.

The number of elements of any basis of a vector space
A measure of spatial extent in a particular direction, such as height, width or breadth, or depth
{n} the solid bulk, bulk, capacity, size
To render dim, obscure, or dark; to make less bright or distinct; to take away the luster of; to darken; to dull; to obscure; to eclipse
measure along a direction -- " we have two dimensions and can work with two numbers at a time " (263)
of a subspace: The dimension of a subspace W is the number of vectors in any basis of W (If W is the subspace {0}, we say that its dimension is 0 )
a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished; "self-confidence is not an endearing property"
indicate the dimensions on; "These techniques permit us to dimension the human heart"
A dimension is a measurement such as length, width, or height. If you talk about the dimensions of an object or place, you are referring to its size and proportions. Drilling will continue on the site to assess the dimensions of the new oilfield see also fourth dimension. In mathematics, a number indicating the fewest coordinates necessary to identify a point in a geometric space; more generally, a number indicating a measurement of length (see length, area, and volume). One-dimensional space can be represented by a numbered line, on which a single number identifies a point. In two-dimensional space, a coordinate system may be superimposed, requiring only two numbers to identify a point. Three numbers suffice in three-dimensional space, and so on
one of three cartesian coordinates that determine a position in space
Any of the three measures of length, breadth and height A line has one dimension, an area two dimensions and a volume (solid) has three dimensions
Each attribute of a case or occurrence in the data being mined Stored as a field in a flat file record or a column of relational database table
Connecting cells along dimensions is what ZigZag is about Locally, dimensions work just like on a spreadsheet: each cell can be connected to one cell in the positive direction and to one cell in the negative direction along each dimension However, there are no global constraints between the dimensions
The dimenstion of a square matrix is the number of rows or columns in that matrix
1 Of a set: the dimension of the smallest affine space that contains the set The dimension of an affine space is k if the maximum number of affinely independent points in the set is k+1 Of particular interest is the column space of a matrix A: {x: x=Ay for some y in R^n} The dimension of this is the rank of A Another is the row space of A: {x: x=uA for some u in R^m} The dimension of this is also the rank of A
a state of being in which we exist; on Earth we exist in 3rd dimension; spirits and aliens exist in higher dimensions, where time doesn't exist - spirits and aliens exist in higher dimensions, so you need to use your third eye, or inner eye to see them
If you talk about the dimensions of a situation or problem, you are talking about its extent and size. The dimensions of the market collapse were certainly not anticipated. = scale
The term dimensions forms with the cardinal numbers a phrase equivalent to degree with the ordinal; thus, a2b2c is a term of five dimensions, or of the fifth degree
The degree of manifoldness of a quantity; as, time is quantity having one dimension; volume has three dimensions, relative to extension
The property of an array that specifies the direction along an axis in which the array elements are stored For example, a two-dimensional array has an X-axis for columns and a Y-axis for rows See Array
{i} measure; size
The concept of a Dimension is used to provide separate but topologically similar game areas for individuals or groups within a simulation Dimensions slice across all Star System Simulations within a universe A URL is used uniquely identify a Dimension across the Internet
The dimension of a vector space is defined to be the number of vectors in its basis
A literal factor, as numbered in characterizing a term
the magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height)
Descriptive category in a cube within the data warehousing paradigm, for example, the dimensions of time, geography, product, and so on in a sales cube
The manifoldness with which the fundamental units of time, length, and mass are involved in determining the units of other physical quantities
the magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height) one of three cartesian coordinates that determine a position in space shape or form to required dimensions indicate the dimensions on; "These techniques permit us to dimension the human heart"
To deprive of distinct vision; to hinder from seeing clearly, either by dazzling or clouding the eyes; to darken thesenses or understanding of
A bower; a dingle
A silver coin of the United States, of the value of ten cents; the tenth of a dollar
the distance from the point of view to the anchor point that is in space; a measure of spatial extent, especially width, height or length See also anchor points
Measure in a single line, as length, breadth, height, thickness, or circumference; extension; measurement; us
A "characteristic" of a surface, or a system of axes as usually expressed as a set or sets of numbers, i e , "The x dimension on a graph expresses the horizontal axes " A coordinate system is usually desired to express or locate a point on a surface X,Y,Z constitute three dimensions and can consist of numbers and locate a point in space
A particular dimension of something is a particular aspect of it. There is a political dimension to the accusations This adds a new dimension to our work. = aspect
a vector of integers that describe the dimensionality and extent of the coordinate axes of an array
(n or v) The physical size of an object, or the process of documenting physical sizes The number of dimensions used to describe the object depends on whether length (1-D), area (2-D), or volume (3-D) is being measured Dimensioning can also refer to the measurement of size, location, and orientation of particular features on an object
A broad grouping of descriptive data about a major aspect of an organization or group of individuals A dimension is defined by its parts: levels and categories Dimensions appear as drop down menus at the top of your browser window For example, "Product Line" is a dimension that is defined by the categories "Outdoor Products", "Environmental Line", and "GO Sport Line"
of a subspace: The dimension of a subspace W is the number of vectors in any basis of W (If W is the subspace {0}, we say that its dimension is 0 ) ON p307; Str S3 4 p144; AR7 p249-251
n 1 a non-negative integer indicating the number of objects an array can hold along one axis If the array is a vector with a fill pointer, the fill pointer is ignored {"The second dimension of that array is 7 "} 2 an axis of an array {"This array has six dimensions "}
Extent; reach; scope; importance; as, a project of large dimensions
The dimension of a vector space is the number of vectors in a basis of the space
shape or form to required dimensions
Measure in a single line, as length, breadth, height, thickness, or circumference; extension; measurement; usually, in the plural, measure in length and breadth, or in length, breadth, and thickness; extent; size; as, the dimensions of a room, or of a ship; the dimensions of a farm, of a kingdom
A range of values for one subscript or index of an array An array can have from 1 to 7 dimensions The number of dimensions is the rank of the array
To grow dim
The "edges" of the cube are called dimensions For example, in the "GL" hypercube, there might be four dimensions: accounts,costs centers, months, and versions
A Highlander Dimension is an independent variable assuming a finite number of discrete possibilities Dimensions may be categorical in nature, or numeric in nature ranging over a continuous spectrum In the latter case, the range of possible dimension values is partitioned into intervals and categorized by the interval containing its value Virtual dimensions are computed from a set of independent variables according to a user-defined expression then categorized by an interval partition
One of the the least number of independent coordinates required to specify uniquely a point in a space or space-time For example, the position of a dot on a piece of paper can be uniquely specified by giving two coordinates, conventionally called x and y The point is specified by giving its coordinates in the x and y dimensions
uci A scale or categorization along which data may vary, taking different values at different times For example, relevant dimensions for an aircraft might include its heading, speed, and altitude [MIL-HDBK-1908B]
magnitude or extent; "a building of vast proportions"
dimensity
Hausdorff dimension
A type of fractal dimension, a real-valued measure of a geometric object that assigns 1 to a line segment, 2 to a square and 3 to a cube. Formally, given a metric space X and a subset of X labeled S, the Hausdorff dimension of S is the infimum of all real-valued d for which the d-dimensional Hausdorff content of S is zero
dimensional
Having dimension or dimensions; three-dimensional
dimensionality
The number of dimensions possessed by an object, for example zero for a point, one for a line, two for a square and so on
dimensionality
The number of dimensions in an array or similar data structure
dimensionality
The number of dimensions in a vector space
fourth dimension
The fourth coordinate indicating a position along the fourth axis
fourth dimension
The dimension of time
fractal dimension
A dimension in which it is the most suitable to make measurements on a fractal set
third dimension
the quality, of depth or thickness, that differentiates a solid object from a two-dimensional image of it
dimensionless
{a} without dimensions or bounds
dimensional
{s} pertaining to dimension
dimensional
Of so many dimensions For example: a line is a one-dimensional object; a plane, like a sheet of paper with no thickness, is a two dimensional object; and ordinary objects such as tea cups are three-dimensional Time is often considered as a fourth dimension giving rise to the phrase `four dimensional space-time' Physicists and mathematicians also consider objects and spaces with more dimensions which may or may not include time
dimensional
letters with depth
dimensional
Of or pertaining to dimensions
dimensional
relative to a dimension
dimensional
(used when describing the different levels of existence)
dimensional
see two-dimensional see three-dimensional
dimensional
To grow dim
dimensional
A silver coin of the United States, of the value of ten cents; the tenth of a dollar
dimensional
having dimension--the quality or character or stature proper to a person; "never matures as a dimensional character; he is pasty, bland, faceless"- Norman Cousins
dimensional
Measure in a single line, as length, breadth, height, thickness, or circumference; extension; measurement; us
dimensional
To deprive of distinct vision; to hinder from seeing clearly, either by dazzling or clouding the eyes; to darken thesenses or understanding of
dimensional
of or relating to dimensions
dimensional
A bower; a dingle
dimensionality
the spatial property of having dimensions; "all matter has dimensionality"
dimensionality
the spatial property of having dimensions; "all matter has dimensionality
dimensionality
{i} quality of having a given size or measure
dimensionally
with dimensions, while having measurements in the dimensions (height, width, and depth)
dimensioned
past of dimension
dimensioned
To render dim, obscure, or dark; to make less bright or distinct; to take away the luster of; to darken; to dull; to obscure; to eclipse
dimensioned
A bower; a dingle
dimensioned
A silver coin of the United States, of the value of ten cents; the tenth of a dollar
dimensioned
Measure in a single line, as length, breadth, height, thickness, or circumference; extension; measurement; us
dimensioned
To grow dim
dimensioned
To deprive of distinct vision; to hinder from seeing clearly, either by dazzling or clouding the eyes; to darken thesenses or understanding of
dimensioned
Having dimensions
dimensioning
indicating or determining size and position in space; "the ultrasonic dimensioning measurement"; "an ultrasonic dimensioning arrangement of the heart
dimensioning
present participle of dimension
dimensionless
of a physical constant, lacking units
dimensionless
A bower; a dingle
dimensionless
To grow dim
dimensionless
To render dim, obscure, or dark; to make less bright or distinct; to take away the luster of; to darken; to dull; to obscure; to eclipse
dimensionless
To deprive of distinct vision; to hinder from seeing clearly, either by dazzling or clouding the eyes; to darken thesenses or understanding of
dimensionless
A silver coin of the United States, of the value of ten cents; the tenth of a dollar
dimensionless
Measure in a single line, as length, breadth, height, thickness, or circumference; extension; measurement; us
dimensionless
Without dimensions; having no appreciable or noteworthy extent
dimensionless
lacking dimensions
dimensionless
{s} having no dimensions, lacking dimensions, lacking measurements of width height and length
dimensions
Dimensions are the breakdowns (such as Industry, Size, or State) by which the collected statistics are tallied
dimensions
This refers to the physical dimensions of the unit -- the height, width, and depth as held in your hand -- measured in inches
dimensions
5 3/8 x 8 1/2
dimensions
The physical measurement of dimensions of a unit being described See also Extent of descriptive unit; Other physical details [RAD 1 5D]
dimensions
Desired knowledge or skills measured in an assessment, usually represented in a scoring rubric or criteria
dimensions
> "P" denotes measurements taken from the platemark, "S" records the size of the sheet of the print
dimensions
Planes of existence separate from earth See Dimensions
dimensions
6 5/8 x 10
dimensions
Little Girl Lost
dimensions
As used in describing the inside or outside size of a sheet or container, generally stated a length, width, and depth in that sequence
dimensions
plural of dimension
dimensions
Measurements in length, width and height, regarding cargo
dimensions
Also referred to herein as measurements This obviously refers to blind sizes All blind sizes are in millimetres and are based on actual blind width x actual blind height
dimensions
the dependence of a measurable quantity on the fundamental measurables-mass, length, time and temperature Thus the dimensions of velocity are length divided by time
dimensions
are any physical characterizations of a quantity are any physical characterizations of a quantity
dimensions
– any measurable quantity where the numerical result depends on the units chosen for measurement
dimensions
In millimeters and inches, in set-up form
dimensions
6 05 X 8 95 X 1 29    
dimensions
Often refer to the circumference of the barrel and handle as being large, medium or small, relative to other player bats of the era
dimensions
measurements of the size or extent of an object, including such measurements as length, width and depth
dimensions
(levels of existence)
dimensions
7 06 X 9 57 X 1 24    
dimensions
{i} measurements in length width and height of cargo (Transport); significant quantities of a unit system in physics being mass length and time (Physics)
dimensions
~ Infinite layers of energy that exist both within Self and outside of Self
dimensions
third-person singular of dimension
dimensions
In coordinate geometry, the number of coordinates required to represent a point One number is needed to represent a point on a line Therefore, a line has one dimension Two numbers (a pair) are required to represent a point in a plane Therefore, a plane has two dimensions Three numbers (a triple) are needed to represent a point in space Therefore, space has three dimensions
dimensions
a1 b1 (mm) Thickness upto 5mm Thickness over 5mm
dimensions
The dimension of a vector space is just the number of basis vectors required to span it
fourth dimension
time, assumed dimension which exists in addition to the three dimensions of length breadth and depth
fourth dimension
In physics, the fourth dimension is time. The other three dimensions, which exist in space, are length, width, and height. Time regarded as a coordinate dimension and required by relativity theory, along with three spatial dimensions, to specify completely the location of any event. an expression meaning 'time', used especially by scientists and writers of science fiction
fourth dimension
the fourth coordinate that is required (along with three spatial dimensions) to specify a physical event
new dimension
unexplored territory, unexpected development
second dimension
width, dimension which is usually named between length and height
third dimension
the dimension whereby a solid object differs from a two-dimensional drawing of it
three dimension spreadsheet
calculations spreadsheet containing several separate tables on separate pages
dimension