dosing

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Biyoloji) düzem
dozajlama
dozaj
dose
{i} doz

Sami, Leyla'ya oldukça ağır bir meth dozu enjekte etti. - Sami injected Layla with a pretty heavy dose of meth.

Hasta iki doz ilaç aldı. - The patient received two doses of medicine.

dosing machine
dozaj makinesi
dosing pump
Dolgulama pompası
dosing station
(Biyoloji) dozlama istasyonu
dosing tank
(Biyoloji) dozlama tankı
dosing water
(Biyoloji,Teknik) dozlama suyu
dose
(Denizbilim) verit
dos
dos
dose
miktar
dose
düze
dose
belli bir dozda ilaç vermek
dose
dozu
DOS
(Askeri) ayrılış tarihi; tedarik günleri; hizmet dışı bırakma; Dışişleri Bakanlığı; disk işletim sistemi (date of separation; days of supply; denial of service; Department of State; disk operating system)
dos
(Latin) cihaz malı
dos
bk. Disk Operating System
dos
Bir Operasyon Sistemi
dose
(Tıp) Bir ilacın muayyen zamanda alınacak miktarı, doz
dose
tatsız bir şey vermek
dose
cinsel hastalık kapma
dose
kamışı kırma
dose
dozunu ayarlamak
dose
şaraba alkol katmak
dose
belli ölçüde ilaç vermek
dose
{i} bir parça
dose
ilâç almak
dose
doz,v.dozunu ayarla: n.doz
dose
belirli miktarda ilâç vermek
dose
bir defada alınan ilâç miktarı
dose
(Tıp) Muayyen miktarda ilaç vermek
dose
bir doz ilaç ver
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dos
Tayland'da kullanılan eski altın para
dos
Bilgisayarın bilgi girişi ve depolama işlemleri için hazır hale gelmesini sağlayan işlemler topluluğu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of dose
The administration of a dose
DOS
Date of Service
DOS
Density of states
DOS
Disk Operating System, sometimes MS-DOS for Microsoft-DOS, DR-DOS, etc
DOS
Department of State
DOS
Date of Separation
DoS
A Denial of Service (a particular type of attack.)
DoS
Director of Studies; someone in charge of the academic side of a school including training teachers and deciding course materials
dose
The quantity of an agent (not always active) substance or radiation administered at any one time
dose
to prescribe a dose
dose
{n} enough at one time, a share, medicin
dose
{v} to give a dose, to proportion
DOS
disk operating system
DOS
DOS is the part of a computer operating system that controls and manages files and programs stored on disk. DOS is an abbreviation for `disk operating system'. Where do I find the instructions to load DOS programs from Windows 98?. An operating system that resides on a disk. Disk Operating System software that is loaded onto a computer system to make all the different parts work together
DOS
type of computer operating system (Computers)
dos
Disk Operating System A simple operating system developed by Microsoft which allows extensions by other programs
dos
[Disk Operating System] See MS-DOS
dos
Acronym for "disk operating system" usually referring to the operating system used on "IBM-compatible" computers
dos
Disk Operating System: The name of the operating systems on most brands of personal computer contains the acronym DOS Often when DOS is used without further description, the operating system being referred to is either PC DOS, the operating system used to be used on most IBM personal computers, or MS DOS, the variety of DOS that runs on IBM compatible computers
dos
Disk Operating System A program that controls the computer's transfer of data to and from a hard or floppy disk Personal computers that are IBM-compatible run DOS rather than other early varieties of operating systems
dos
plural of do
dos
the federal department in the UnitedStates that sets and maintains foreign policies; "the Department of State was created in 1789"
dos
Disk Operating System (STD)
dos
Disk Operating System This is a standard operating system, created by Microsoft before the dawn of Windows DOS manages how files are stored on your computer It is controlled through commands typed at the command prompt Even Windows 95 and Windows 98 are still fundamentally dependent on DOS
dos
Disk Operating System Section of the operating system software that controls the disk and file access
dos
Disk Operating System An operating system (the OS in DOS) is the interface between human and microprocessor (or "chip") It translates the commands you type in into the machine language the microprocessor speaks DOS was developed by Microsoft in the early 1980s for the Intel processor Today, such popular graphic "shells" like Microsoft's Windows and IBM's OS/2 run on top of DOS
dos
Disk Operating System DOS refers to any Disk Operating System such as MS-DOS and PC-DOS
dos
Disk operating system (from Microsoft)
dos
Disk Operating System A personal computer operating system used to manage a computer's internal and external hardware
dos
Disk Operating System Text based operating system layer that sits below Windows 95/98 on a PC see also 'MS-DOS'
dos
Disk Operating System In modern usage normally applies to the text based operating system first using on Personal Computers from IBM (PCDOS) and Microsoft (MSDOS) Emulations of this operating system can be found in Windows
dos
Disk Operating System - The first widely-installed operating system for personal computers DOS is a non-graphical, line-oriented, command-driven operating system Versions include MSDOS and PCDOS
dos
"Disk Operating System" Usually refers to MS-DOS (Microsoft DOS), which was for years the standard operating system for IBM-compatible personal computers See also: DOS (Webopedia)
dos
Upper-case The short form for Disk Operating System The term DOS can refer to any operating system, but it is most often used as a shorthand for MS-DOS (Microsoft disk operating system) Operating systems provide a software platform on top of which other programs, called application programs (such as WordPerfect and Microsoft Word), can run
dos
Digital Operating System (A commonly-used computer operating system DOS may be used alone, or as the underlying platform for the Windows ® operating system )
dos
The acronym for the basic operating system: Disk Operating System (Microsoft/IBM term)
dos
Acronym for Disk Operating System Literally, the term refers that portion of an operating system that controls writing, storage, and retrieval of data from storage media, usually spinning disks of various types In common usage, the term refers to MS DOS, the complete operating system developed by Microsoft for IBM-compatible personal computers in text (non-Windows) modes
dos
Disk Operating System A very old operating system for PCs, DOS is still the basis for Microsoft Windows
dos
Disk Operating System The operating system used on IBM personal computers and compatible machines
dos
Disk Operating System This set of "control" programs correlates all the operations of a computer, and keeps track of how information is stored on disks PC-DOS refers to the DOS in IBM computers MS-DOS is used by all "clones " They were both written by Microsoft, and are essentially identical WINDOWS is a graphic user interface to make DOS easier to use Windows98 does not use DOS, but makes it available so you can run DOS-based programs
dos
an operating system that is on a disk
dose
{i} portion, prescribed amount (as in medicine)
dose
Refers to the amount of chemical that enters the body
dose
The amount or concentration of undesired matter or energy deposited at the site of effect See also absorbed dose
dose
treat with an agent; add (an agent) to; "The ray dosed the paint"
dose
To proportion properly (a medicine), with reference to the patient or the disease; to form into suitable doses
dose
Amount of the agent that has entered the body through the various routes of entry
dose
In radiology, a measure of energy absorbed in the body from ionizing radiation, measured in rad
dose
The energy absorbed by tissue from ionising radiation One gray is one joule per kg, but this is adjusted for the effect of different kinds of radiation, and thus the sievert is the unit of dose equivalent used in setting exposure standards
dose
street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
dose
Quantity of radiation or energy absorbed; measured in rads (see rad)
dose
administer a drug to; "They drugged the kidnapped tourist"
dose
Amount of a substance that remains at a biological target during a time interval With radiation, the amount of energy deposited in biological tissue during a specified time
dose
A dose of medicine or a drug is a measured amount of it which is intended to be taken at one time. One dose of penicillin can wipe out the infection
dose
If you dose a person or animal with medicine, you give them an amount of it. The doctor fixed the rib, dosed him heavily with drugs, and said he would probably get better I dosed myself with quinine. Dose up means the same as dose. I dosed him up with Valium. dose up to give someone medicine or a drug dose sb/yourself with sth
dose
The amount of a drug to be taken For example, a healthcare professional can prescribe CELEBREX in either 100- or 200-mg capsules Also referred to as dosage
dose
a specified quantity of a drug, prescribed to be taken at a specified interval
dose
a measured portion of medicine taken at any one time the quantity of an active agent (substance or radiation) taken in or absorbed at any one time treat with an agent; add (an agent) to; "The ray dosed the paint
dose
a measured portion of medicine taken at any one time
dose
The quantity of an agent (not always active) substance or radiation) administered at any one time
dose
To give doses to; to medicine or physic to; to give potions to, constantly and without need
dose
A general term denoting the quantity of radiation or energy absorbed in a specific mass
dose
A general term denoting the quantity of radiation or energy absorbed
dose
Refers to the amount of radiation energy that is actually absorbed by the human body
dose
A (total or accumulated) quantity of ionizing (or nuclear) radiation The absorbed dose in rads represents the amount of energy absorbed from the radiation per gram of specified absorbing material In soft body tissue the absorbed dose in rads is essentially equal to the exposure in roentgens The biological dose (also called the RBE dose) in rems is a measure of biological effectiveness of the absorbed radiation See Exposure, Rad, RBE, Rem, Roentgen
dose
A general term for the quantity of radiation or energy absorbed
dose
The amount of a chemical that enters or is absorbed by the body Dose is usually expressed in milligrams of chemical per kilogram of body weight (mg/kg)
dose
A general term denoting the effect of absorption of a quantity of radiation or energy absorbed
dose
More specifically referred to as "absorbed dose", this is a measure of the energy deposited within a given mass of a patient Absorbed dose is quantified by the unit called the "rad" More Information: EGS: The Medical Problem
dose
The amount of a substance available for interaction with metabolic processes or biologically significant receptors after crossing the outer boundary of an organism The potential dose is the amount ingested, inhaled, or applied to the skin The applied dose is the amount of a substance presented to an absorption barrier and available for absorption (although not necessarily having yet crossed the outer boundary of the organism) The absorbed dose is the amount crossing a specific absorption barrier (e g , the exchange boundaries of skin, lung, and digestive tract) through uptake processes Internal dose is a more general term denoting the amount absorbed without respect to specific absorption barriers or exchange boundaries The amount of the chemical available for interaction by any particular organ or cell is termed the deliverable dose for that organ or cell
dose
The amount of agent or energy that is taken into or absorbed by the body; the amount of substance, radiation, or energy absorbed in a unit volume, an organ, or an individual
dose
the quantity of an active agent (substance or radiation) taken in or absorbed at any one time
dose
Quantity of ionizing radiation to which a body has been exposed or absorbed
dose
Anything nauseous that one is obliged to take; a disagreeable portion thrust upon one
dose
{f} give a dose of medicine to, divide into portions
dose
The absorbed dose, given in rads (or in SI units, (Gy) grays), that represents the energy in ergs or Joules absorbed from the radiation per unit mass of tissue Furthermore, the biologically effective dose or dose equivalent, given in rem or sieverts, is a measure of the biological damage to living tissue from radiation exposure
dose
To give anything nauseous to
dose
To administer a dose
dose
emphasis You can refer to an amount of something as a dose of that thing, especially when you want to emphasize that there is a great deal of it. The West is getting a heavy dose of snow and rain today
dose
The quantity of medicine given, or prescribed to be taken, at one time
dose
Dose is a general term denoting the quantity of radiation or energy absorbed If unqualified it refers to absorbed dose
dose
A sufficient quantity; a portion; as much as one can take, or as falls to one to receive
dose
a measure of the amount of exposure of a living organism to ionizing radiation that takes into account the greater biological harm of alpha radiation; measured in various units, most commonly measured in millirems per exposure episode or per unit of time (see "millirem")
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