divers

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} türlü türlü
dalgıç

Su o kadar bulanıktı ki polis dalgıçlar vücudu dokunarak aramak zorunda kaldı. - The water was so murky that the police divers had to search for the body by feel.

Dalgıçlar Florida sahili açıklarında binlerce İspanyol altın sikkesi buldu. - Divers have found hundreds of Spanish gold coins off the coast of Florida.

dalgıçlar

Su o kadar bulanıktı ki polis dalgıçlar vücudu dokunarak aramak zorunda kaldı. - The water was so murky that the police divers had to search for the body by feel.

Tüplü dalgıçlar suyun altında altın paralar, antik kalıntılar, soyu tükenmiş hayvanların kalıntıları dahil birçok ilginç şeyler buldu. - Scuba divers have found many interesting things under water including gold coins, ancient ruins, and fossils of extinct animals.

{s} çeşitli

Küreselleşme dil çeşitliliğini yok ediyor. - Globalization destroys the diversity of languages.

Birçok Doğu dinleri olayların çeşitliliği arkasında bir birlik olduğunu öğretir. - Many Eastern religions teach that there is a unity behind the diversity of phenomena.

muhtelif
diver
{i} dalgıç

Dalgıç ekipmanının sınırlarını test etmek istedi. - The diver wanted to test the limits of his equipment.

Dalgıçların havası tükeniyor. - The divers are running out of air.

diversity
{i} çeşitlilik

Bu orman çeşitlilik açısından zengindir. - This forest is full of diversity.

Diğer kültürlerin bilgisi çeşitlilik için saygı ve hoşgörüyü besler. - Knowledge of other cultures fosters a respect and tolerance for diversity.

divers suit
dalgıçlar takım
diverse,divers
çeşit çeşit
diverse,divers
diversely muhtelif surette
diverse,divers
muhtelif
diverse,divers
farklı
diverse,divers
çeşitli olarak
diverse
değişik
diverse
çeşitli
diver
balık adam
diversion
ilgisini başka tarafa çekme
diversion
eğlence

Filmler büyük bir eğlence. - Movies are a great diversion.

diversion
oyalanma
diversion
saptırma
diversion
dikkatini dağıtma
diversion
oyalama
diverse
farklı

Hayatım boyunca, tüm dünyada seyahat etmekten ve birçok farklı uluslarda çalışmaktan büyük zevk aldım. - Throughout my life, I've had the great pleasure of travelling all around the world and working in many diverse nations.

Biz burada farklı etnik ve ekonomik çıkarlar buluyoruz. - We find diverse ethnic and economic interests here.

diverse
{s} türlü türlü
diversion
yoldan çevirme
diver
dalan kimse
diverse
türlü
diverse
çeşit çeşit
diversion
varyant (yol)
diversion
derivasyon
diversion
(Tıp) diversiyon
diversion
yanıltmaca
diversity
çeşitleme
diversity
farklı olma
diver
kurbağaadam
diversion
yönünü değiştirme
diversion
dikkati başka yöne çeken şey
diversion
sapma
diversion
oyalayıcı şey
diversion
çevirme
diversity
fark

Bize güç veren şey farklılıktır. - Diversity is what gives us strength.

diversity
farklılık

Bize güç veren şey farklılıktır. - Diversity is what gives us strength.

diversity
değişim
diversity
tefavüt
diver
dalıcı
diver
scuba diver balıkadam
diversity
nevi
diver
penguen
diversion
oyun
diversity
başkalık
diver
dalgıçkuşu
diver
suya dalan birkaç çeşit kuş
diver
{i} dalış yapan kimse
diver
dalgıç kuşu
diversion
sahte taarruz
diversion
diversionary tactics yoldan çevirmek için şaşırtıcı taktikler
diversion
{i} İng. varyant (yol)
diversion
{i} yanıltma
diversion
şaşırtma hareketi
diversion
(Askeri) ŞAŞIRTMA, SAPTIRMA (ABD SAVUNMA BAKANLIĞI): 1. Düşmanın dikkat ve kuvvetini esas harekat yerinden başka bir tarafa çekmek için yapılan hareket; bir taarruz, alarm veya dikkat dağıtan bir hile. 2. Tespit edilen bir istikamette, hareket veya taktik sebeplerle yapılan bir değişiklik: Bir saptırma emri, gidilecek yer için bir değişiklik teşkil etmez. 3. Nihai noktaya varmadan önce yük veya yolcuların yeni bir nakliye şekli ile gönderme nokta veya yerine gönderilmelerinin yeniden belirlenmesi.4. Bir deniz mayın harbinde, tehlikeli bölgeyi geçmeye yarayan bir kanal veya rota şaşırtma, bir kanalı diğer bir kanala bağlıyabilir, veya bir kanaldan ayrılarak tehlikenin diğer tarafında tekrardan birleşebilir: Bak. "demonstration"
diversion
vakit geçirme
diversion
{i} şaşırtma
diversion
{i} dikkati başka yöne çeken şey; şaşırtmaca; yanıltmaca
diversion
eğlence/saptırma/sapma
diversity
{i} değişik tür

Bu orman değişik türlerle doludur. - This forest is full of diversity.

diversity
(Hukuk) farklılıklar
diversity
enva
diversity
{i} cins
Türkçe - Türkçe

divers teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

DİVER
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Ev sahibi
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural form of diver
of many different sorts
Obsolete spelling of diverse
various

Shortly after this I had to go out of town. Divers sound sportsmen had invited me to pay visits to their country places, and it wasn't for several months that I settled down in the city again.

{a} several, sundry, many
Also used substantively or pronominally
many and different; "tourist offices of divers nationalities"; "a person of diverse talents"
alternative spelling of diverse
plural of diver
Several; sundry; various; more than one, but not a great number; as, divers philosophers
{s} diverse, different, varied
Different in kind or species; diverse
divers(a)
many and different; "tourist offices of divers nationalities"; "a person of diverse talents
Cartesian divers
plural form of Cartesian diver
diver
the loon (bird)
diver
someone who works underwater; a frogman
diver
The Long-finned sand diver
diverse
In different directions; diversely
diverse
consisting of many different elements; various
diversion
The act of diverting
diversion
A detour, such as during road construction
diversion
Officially halting or suspending a formal criminal or juvenile justice proceeding and referral of the accused person to a treatment or care program
diversion
The rerouting of cargo or passengers to a new transshipment point or destination, or to a different mode of transportation before arrival at the ultimate destinationUS FM 55-15 TRANSPORTATION REFERENCE DATA; 9 June 1886
diversity
A variety; divers types or examples

The flora of the island includes a great diversity of orchids.

diversity
The quality of being diverse or different; difference or unlikeness

Ther was swich diversitee Bitwene hir bothe lawes.

dumpster divers
plural form of dumpster diver
great northern divers
plural form of great northern diver
pearl divers
plural form of pearl diver
red-throated divers
plural form of red-throated diver
scuba divers
plural form of scuba diver
web divers
plural form of web diver
white-billed divers
plural form of white-billed diver
diverse
capable of various forms
diversion
pastime
diversion
amusement
diversion
avocation
diversity
dissimilitude
diverse
markedly different or conspicuously contrasting, as in: His hobbies are as diverse as whitewater-rafting and needlepoint
diver
{n} one who dives, a water-fowl, a disapper
diverse
{a} different, unlike, contrary, opposit
diversion
{n} a turning aside, sport, pastime, game
diversity
{n} a difference, unlikeness, variety
diversity
{v} to variegate, vary, alter, distinguish
Diversion
(Reklam) When genuine product is sold to a buyer in one market/channel and then resold by the same buyer into another market/channel, without the consent or authority of the brand owner, to take advantage of a price arbitrage situation. Definition also applies to parallel trade, gray market or gray market activities
Diversity
heterogeneity
diver
large somewhat primitive fish-eating diving bird of the northern hemisphere having webbed feet placed far back; related to the grebes
diver
One who, or that which, dives
diver
someone who works underwater
diver
A diver is a person who swims under water using special breathing equipment
diver
- Member of a FAMILY of birds (Gaviidae) that dive from the surface of water to feed on fish, INVERTEBRATES or other prey Includes birds such as the 'great northern diver' (Gavia immer)
diver
One who goes deeply into a subject, study, or business
diver
someone who dives (into water)
diver
{i} someone or something that dives; one who dives under the water
diver
a specially trained individual who inspects the underwater portion of a bridge substructure and the surrounding channel
diver
someone who dives, especially as a sport
diver
Any bird of certain genera, as Urinator (formerly Colymbus), or the allied genus Colymbus, or Podiceps, remarkable for their agility in diving
diver
Fig
diver
A duck that tries to evade the dog by diving under the water instead of swimming on the surface
diver
The New Zealand sand diver
diver
someone who dives (into water) someone who works underwater
diver
Anyone diving out of the plane during a formation skydiving exit
diverse
varied
diverse
H8133 shena', (Chald ), shen-aw'; corresp to H8132: --alter, change, (be) diverse
diverse
To turn aside
diverse
This means the same as diversity or biodiversity It is measure of how many different species exist in an area at a given time There are various ways to calculate diversity, and the best way to measure it is a cause of arguements amongst scientists still
diverse
differing from one another
diverse
Diverse people or things are very different from each other. Jones has a much more diverse and perhaps younger audience. very different from each other (diversus, past participle of divertere; DIVERT)
diverse
distinctly dissimilar or unlike; "diverse parts of the country"; "celebrities as diverse as Bob Hope and Bob Dylan"; "animals as various as the jaguar and the cavy and the sloth"
diverse
Having much variety
diverse
{s} different, varied
diverse
many and different; "tourist offices of divers nationalities"; "a person of diverse talents"
diverse
Different; unlike; dissimilar; distinct; separate
diverse
Participation within your organization that reflects a broad mix of people from various demographic, socio-economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds
diverse
If a group or range of things is diverse, it is made up of a wide variety of things. shops selling a diverse range of gifts = varied
diverse
Capable of various forms; multiform
diversion
The taking of water from a stream or other body of water into a canal, pipe, or other conduit
diversion
The process of removing some minor criminal, traffic, or juvenile cases from the full judicial process, on the condition that the accused undergo some sort of rehabilitation or make restitution for damages
diversion
The removal of water from its natural course or location, or controlling water in its natural course or location by means of a ditch, canal, flume, reservoir, bypass, pipeline, conduit, well, pump or other device
diversion
an activity that diverts or amuses or stimulates; "scuba diving is provided as a diversion for tourists"; "for recreation he wrote poetry and solved crossword puzzles"; "drug abuse is often regarded as a form of recreation"
diversion
1) Use of part of a stream flow as a water supply 2) A channel with a supporting ridge on the lower side constructed across a slope to divert water at a non-erosive velocity to sites where it can be used or disposed of 3) Controlled movement of a hazardous material to an area where it will produce less harm
diversion
Change made in the route of a shipment in transit, the destination or consignee of a freight movement triggering a potential change in the rate and/or availability of the shipment
diversion
A diversion is a special route arranged for traffic to follow when the normal route cannot be used. They turned back because of traffic diversions
diversion
(1) Use of part of a stream flow as a water supply (2) A channel with a supporting ridge on the lower side constructed across a slope to divert water at a non-erosive velocity to sites where it can be used or disposed of
diversion
The transfer of water form a stream, lake, aquifer, or other source of water by a canal, pipe, well, or other conduit to another watercourse or to the land, as in the case of an irrigation system
diversion
The transfer of water from a stream, lake, aquifer, or other conduit to another watercourse or to the land, as in the case of an irrigation system
diversion
the routing of patients to other hospitals because an Emergency Room is full
diversion
A tactic used to draw attention away from the real threat or action
diversion
Removal of water from its natural channels for human use
diversion
Removal of water from its natural course or location by canal, pipe, or other conduit
diversion
An alternative sentence (rather than jail) in which a defendant is supervised by a probation officer while attending a rehabilitation program so that upon successful completion the charges are dismissed without adjudication (compare Electronic Surveillance, Home Detention)
diversion
A change made in the route of a shipment in transit
diversion
{i} act of turning aside or deflecting; channel which diverts water; distraction; entertainment
diversion
A procedure used in some criminal prosecutions against persons who are arrested and have no previous criminal background Diversion creates a written contract between the prosecutor and accused in that if the accused completes the requirements in the contract, at a time in the future, the prosecutor will dismiss all charges
diversion
to remove water from a water body Diversions may be used to protect bottomland from hillside runoff, divert water away from active gullies, or protect buildings from runoff
diversion
The act of drawing the attention and force of an enemy from the point where the principal attack is to be made; the attack, alarm, or feint which diverts
diversion
A diversion is an action or event that attracts your attention away from what you are doing or concentrating on. The robbers threw smoke bombs to create a diversion
diversion
In the simplest term it means to remove water from a water body It can also mean individually designed diversions across a hillside They may be used to protect bottomland from hillside runoff, divert water away from active gullies, or protect buildings from runoff
diversion
The practice of officially stopping or suspending a case prior to court adjudication and referring the juvenile to a community education, treatment, or work program in lieu of adjudication or incarceration Successful completion of a diversion program results in the dismissal or withdrawal of formal charges Offenders who fail to comply with the diversion terms and conditions are subject to formal prosecution
diversion
The rerouting of cargo or passengers to a new transshipment point or destination, or to a different mode of transportation before arrival at the ultimate destination
diversion
Removing water from its natural course or location, or controlling water in its natural course or location, by means of a ditch, canal, flume, reservoir, bypass, pipeline, conduit, well, pump, or other structure or device (Rice (1991))(SAM: Need to put the graphic to be used for diversions here)
diversion
The clandestine removal or appropriation of imported materials or technologies for use in projects or in weapons programs that violate requirements agreed to between the importing and exporting parties on how the materials and technologies must be used
diversion
The official halting or suspension, at any legally prescribed point after a recorded justice system entry, of formal criminal or juvenile justice proceedings against an alleged offender The suspension of proceedings may be in conjunction with a referral of that person to a treatment or care program administered by a nonjudicial or a private agency
diversion
A hobby; an activity that distracts the mind
diversion
The transfer of water from a stream, lake, aquifer, or other source of water by a canal, pipe, well, or other conduit to another watercourse or to the land, as in the case of an irrigation system
diversion
a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern); "a diversion from the main highway"; "a digression into irrelevant details"; "a deflection from his goal"
diversion
Removal of water via a canal
diversion
The deliberate removal of fissionable material in civil fuel cycles for prohibited uses, or the intentional misuse of a civil item for military purposes
diversion
Physical removal of surface water from a channel Also the act of bringing water under control by means of a well, pump, or other device for delivery and distribution for a proposed use
diversion
The act of turning aside from any course, occupation, or object; as, the diversion of a stream from its channel; diversion of the mind from business
diversion
A diversion is an activity that you do for pleasure. Finger painting is very messy but an excellent diversion
diversion
After reviewing the facts of a case, the offender may be recommended for diversion Before a case can be diverted, the suspect must first admit guilt An agreement, outlining specific conditions, will be drawn up and signed by the respondent, parents/guardian, District Attorney and Court Services staff The contract will include things such as curfew, school attendance, court ordered classes, drug tests, restitution, etc Diversion may last any amount of time, up to the time the youth turns twenty-three
diversion
Used to increase the child's cooperation with what is needed to complete a medical experience or procedure without risking a loss of the child's trust in you This non-invasive technique can help alter the perception of pain by diverting the mind to a more pleasurable experience
diversion
The diversion of something involves changing its course or destination. the illegal diversion of profits from secret arms sales
diversion
an attack calculated to draw enemy defense away from the point of the principal attack
diversion
That which diverts; that which turns or draws the mind from care or study, and thus relaxes and amuses; sport; play; pastime; as, the diversions of youth
diversions
plural of diversion
diversity
Differences or unlikeness Doppler effect - An apparent change in the frequency of waves (such as sound or light) that occurs when the source and observer are in motion relative to each other The frequency increases when the source and observer approach each other, while the frequency decreases when they move apart
diversity
– The distribution and abundance of different plant and animal communities and species
diversity
The diversity of something is the fact that it contains many very different elements. the cultural diversity of British society. = variety
diversity
Biological diversity (biodiversity) is the total genetic, species and landscape variety within an area Ecological diversity is the variety of relationships between organisms, and between organisms and their environment Genetic diversity is the variety within a species
diversity
The composition of the workforce in terms of race, ethnicity, gender and handicap See "Minorities"
diversity
A method of reception providing protection from signal loss due to multipath nulls, which are localized small areas with a very low RF signal level caused by multipath propagation See True Diversity and Phasing Diversity
diversity
The distribution and abundance of different plants and animals within an area
diversity
A diversity of things is a range of things which are very different from each other. His object is to gather as great a diversity of material as possible
diversity
The difference between people due to age, religion, race, gender, and so on
diversity
Refers to all the ways in which people are different from one another; to honour these individual attributes is to value and respect each other
diversity
Differences among groups of people and individuals based on ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, gender, exceptionalities, language, religion, sexual orientation, and geographical area
diversity
Variegation
diversity
a neighborhood analysis technique that outputs the number of different values within a user-specified window
diversity
the condition or result of being changed
diversity
There are at least six expressions of relative abundance and variety that apply to mixtures of animal species, vertical layers of vegetation, horizontal distribution of cover types, and other phenomena that are commonly called simply "diversity " These express a range of relationships from simple counts of the number of species (species richness) to measures of the uniformity of abundance of the species, layers, etc present (Raw index of diversity) Several expressions combine abundance and uniformity (Wenger 1984) The reader should consult the original research reports to obtain details of the expressions used
diversity
The variety of different species detected through monitoring in a given area Other types of diversity sometimes addressed by monitoring include genetic and habitat diversity
diversity
The distribution and abundance of different kinds of plant and animal species and communities in a specified area
diversity
Characteristics of individuals that make them unique and able to offer different perspectives, skills, and talents
diversity
the quality of being diverse or different; difference or variety
diversity
The range of features or niches available This could be variation within a species, or the totality of different species in an ecosystem
diversity
Number of different species in a given region
diversity
Pertaining to the variety of species within a given association of organisms Areas with low diversity are characterized by a few species; often relatively large numbers of individuals represent each species
diversity
{i} variety; difference, unlikeness
diversity
To assess diversity, in addition to the number of ecosystems, species or genetic units, also its shares in the total number, that means the degree of equal distribution, have to be taken into account
diversity
Multiplicity of difference; multiformity; variety
diversity
used in this report as a shortened form for biological diversity, or biodiversity A general definition (Addis et al , 1995) is "the spectrum of life forms and the ecological processes that support and sustain them Biological diversity is a complex of four interacting levels: genetic, species, community, and ecosystem "
diversity
The distribution and abundance of different kinds of plant and animal species and communities in a specified area (USFS)
diversity
is the number of species in an area i e a community has a high degree of diversity if it contains many species of equal abundance
diversity
Variation between individuals in the population Typically diversity refers to genetic variation In bit string genetic algorithms, diversity may be measured by Hamming distance (i e counting the number of bits that are different) between bit strings [Koza, 1992] defines ``variety'' in the population by the number of unique programs it contains, but this measure takes no notice of the fact that the behaviour of genetically different programs can be very similar or even identical
diversity
the relative degree of abundance of wildlife species, plant species, communities, habitats, or habitat features per unit of area (Thomas 1979)
diversity
A category of immigrants replacing the earlier categories for nationals of underrepresented countries and countries adversely "affected" by the Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of 1965 (P L 89-236) The annual limit on diversity immigration was 40,000 during fiscal years 1992-94, under a transitional diversity program, and 55,000 beginning in fiscal year 1995, under a permanent diversity program
diversity
The condition of being different, unlikeness
diversity
A state of difference; dissimilitude; unlikeness
diversity
noticeable heterogeneity; "a diversity of possibilities"; "the range and variety of his work is amazing"
divers