disseminate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} yaymak

O örgüt hiçbiri güvenilir olamayacak kadar çok bilgiyi yaymaktadır. - That organization disseminates a lot of information, none of which can be trusted.

{f} saçmak
{f} tohum ekmek
saçma
geçme
saçılma
(düşünce/haber/vb.) yaymak
yay

O örgüt hiçbiri güvenilir olamayacak kadar çok bilgiyi yaymaktadır. - That organization disseminates a lot of information, none of which can be trusted.

{f} saçmak, yaymak, neşretmek
geçirmek
disseminate information
bilgi yaymak
dissemination
dağıtım

Bilimsel bilginin dağıtımı önemlidir. - The dissemination of scientific knowledge is essential.

dissemination
(Tıp) saçılma
dissemination
dağılma
dissemination
(Ticaret) yaygınlaştırma
dissemination
(Tıp) diseminasyon
dissemination
(Askeri) yayımlama
dissemination
yayılım
dissemination
(Askeri) yayım
disseminated
{f} yay
dissemination
saçma
dissemination
sirayet
dissemination
yayma
dissemination
(Hukuk) neşretme
disseminates
yaymaktadır
dissemination
being yayma
dissemination
Yayılma, dağılma, serpilme, hastalığın vücutta çeşitli organ veya dokulara yayılması
past of disseminate
yaymak geçmiş
disseminated
(Tıp) Yayılmış, yaygın, bütün organa veya vücuda yayılmış (hastalık hakkında)
disseminated
yaygin
disseminated
{f} yay: adj.yayılmış,yaygı
disseminated
yaygın
dissemination
{i} geçme
dissemination
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) dağılma (derrida)
dissemination
(Askeri) YAYIM: bak. "intelligence cycle"
İngilizce - İngilizce
To become scattered
To sow and scatter principles, ideas, opinions, and errors for growth and propagation, like seed

The values of the American Revolution have disseminated throughout the world.

to sow or scatter abroad, as seed is sown
{v} to sow, disperse, propagate
to spread; a disseminated infection is one that is distributed throughout the body
To distribute, scatter about, disperse or circulate
To sow broadcast or as seed; to scatter for growth and propagation, like seed; to spread abroad; to diffuse; as, principles, ideas, opinions, and errors are disseminated when they are spread abroad for propagation
distribute widely, as with mass e-mailings
cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
To disseminate information or knowledge means to distribute it so that it reaches many people or organizations. They disseminated anti-French propaganda. = propagate + dissemination dis·semi·na·tion He promoted the dissemination of scientific ideas. to spread information or ideas to as many people as possible (disseminare, from seminare )
To spread or extend by dispersion
spread or disperse information
{f} scatter, spread, disperse, distribute
to spread A disseminated infection is one that is distributed throughout the body, possibly causing symptoms at multiple sites
disseminated
spread around; widespread
disseminated
Simple past tense and past participle of disseminate
disseminated
spread over a wide area of the body or of an organ
to disseminate
circulate
dissemination
{i} dispersion, spreading, distribution, diffusion
disseminator
{n} one who scatters or disperses
disseminated
past of disseminate
disseminated
Occurring in small portions scattered through some other substance
disseminated
{s} dispersed; scattered widely; distributed
disseminates
third-person singular of disseminate
disseminating
spreading by diffusion
disseminating
present participle of disseminate
dissemination
The transport of inoculum or pest from a diseased to a healthy plant
dissemination
The process of communicating information to specific audiences for the purpose of extending knowledge and, in some cases, with a view to modifying policies and practices
dissemination
the property of being diffused or dispersed
dissemination
(OMB Circular A-130) Government-initiated distribution of information to the public
dissemination
            Distribution of information, e g in a lecture or videocast
dissemination
telling a wider audience about a project and its results This may be by means of seminars, newsletters, press releases and similar methods This can enable organisations to learn from others' experience and good practice
dissemination
The process of communicating either the procedures or the lessons learned from an evaluation in a timely, unbiased, and consistent manner
dissemination
The transfer from the stored form of a digital object in a repository to a client
dissemination
the government initiated distribution of information to the public, excluding distribution limited to government employees or agency contractors or grantees, intra-agency or inter-agency use or sharing of government information, and responses to requests for agency records under the Freedom of Information Act (5 U S C 552) or Privacy Act Here, "disseminating information" is not distinguished from "providing access to information" (following OMB Circular A-130)
dissemination
provides information objects to the Consumer
dissemination
the targeted scattering of data or information
dissemination
distribution Dissemination of project information might mean telling a wider audience about a project and its results This may be by means of seminars, newsletters, press releases and similar methods This can enable organisations to learn from others' experience and good practice
dissemination
the act or process of scattering or state of being scattered; usually referring to distribution of information
dissemination
distributing digital content from a site to clients and stakeholders; see also acquisition Diffusion
dissemination
spreading or scattering broadly It comes from the Latin word disseminatus, which means “to scatter seed ” When we talk about the dissemination of Dianetics and Scientology, we mean spreading information on Dianetics and Scientology broadly, using books, tapes and other works by L Ron Hubbard
dissemination
the opening of a subject to widespread discussion and debate
dissemination
the property of being diffused or dispersed the opening of a subject to widespread discussion and debate
dissemination
The act of disseminating, or the state of being disseminated; diffusion for propagation and permanence; a scattering or spreading abroad, as of ideas, beliefs, etc
dissemination
the act of dispersing or diffusing something; "the dispersion of the troops"; "the diffusion of knowledge"
dissemination
spreading or scattering broadly It comes from the Latin word disseminatus, which means "to scatter seed " When we talk about the dissemination of Dianetics and Scientology, we mean spreading information on Dianetics and Scientology broadly, using books, tapes and other works by L Ron Hubbard
disseminator
One who, or that which, disseminates, spreads, or propagates; as, disseminators of disease
disseminator
someone who spreads the news
disseminate