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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Bilgisayar) bozukluk süresi
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(Bilgisayar,Teknik) aksama süresi
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bozuk kalma süresi
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arıza süresi
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aksaklık süresi
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çalışmama süresi
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dinlenme ve rahatlama periyodu
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Atıl zaman

The new technology gives the opportunity to reduce downtime and less scrap on the production line.

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(Askeri) İKMAL SÜRESİ: Bir ikmal deposunda, bir ikmal maddeleri isteğinin alınması ile bu maddelerin birliklere teslimi arasında geçen zaman
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bozukluk süresi
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(Elektrik, Elektronik) arızalı süre
İngilizce - İngilizce
The amount of time your Web site is disconnected or inaccessible via the Internet is known as down-time
Time lost when no work is done on the R & D project
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The amount of time lost due to forces beyond one's control, as with a computer crash
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The period of time in which a printing press or computer is not in use
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French: temps d'arrêt The period during which a computer system or device is malfunctioning
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A period of time during which a computer is not functioning It is inoperable because of temporary or permanent failure of hardware or software, or when routine hardware or software maintenance procedures are indicated
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The period of time when a machine is not available for production due to a functional failure or maintenance
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Français : Indisponibilité Deutsch : Ausfallzeit The period of time that equipment is out of service
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The period during which a machine is unavailable for use Contrast with up time
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when the computer isn't working
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The amount of time a repairable unit is not operating This can be due to being in a failed state, administrative delay, waiting for replacement parts to be shipped, or undergoing active repair
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A time interval when a network cannot be used due to equipment failure or other cause
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The process of putting one's attention to internal processes and representations within one's mind
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A period when production is halted at no fault of the employee; the employee is usually paid for downtime
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A period when all or part of a system or network is not available to end users due to failure or maintenance
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when something (especially a computer or computer system) isn't working (March 1997)
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The period during which a machine is unavailable for use See also up time
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The time that a station or antenna is unavailable to support a spacecraft
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The length of time it takes for a run
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Period during which a computer, communications line or other device is not operating correctly because of mechanical or electronic failure (As opposed to available time, idle time or stand-by time )
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The period of time between damage and repair where an economic loss occurs
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The period in which equipment is not producing product owing to maintenance or failure
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A period during which a vehicle is inoperative because of repairs or maintenance
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Time when a system or network is unavailable
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A period during which equipment is not operating correctly because of machine failure
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Not in sensory awareness, but "down" inside one's own mind seeing, hearing, and feeling thoughts, memories, awarenesses, a light trance state with attention focused inward
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The period during which computer or network resources are unavailable to users because of failure
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The amount of time lost due to forces beyond ones control, as with a computer crash, especially with a for-profit enterprise
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{i} period when a worker is not producing work; period when a computer or machine is not operating due to a breakdown or other reason (Computers, Machinery)
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a period of time when something (as a machine or factory) is not operating (especially as a result of malfunctions)
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The period of time a computer, or other piece of equipment is out of order or shut down for maintenance
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Slang for when a programmer is being realistic
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A euphemism referring to the amount of time your webserver breaks down, making your website inaccessible
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Sleep, rest FF: RoeBoot E
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In industry, downtime is the time during which machinery or equipment is not operating. On the production line, downtime has been reduced from 55% to 26%
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Downtime is time when people are not working. Downtime in Hollywood can cost a lot of money
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The amount of time a vehicle or equipment is out of service for repair
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A light trance state in which you attention is towards your own thoughts and feelings rather than the immediate world around you e g as in daydreaming This is when you attend to your own thoughts and feelings Downtime is useful after training to process, relax and care for yourself
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n The time that a player spends doing nothing while waiting for other players to complete their turns (See also player interaction)
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Periods where computers, equipment, or manufacturing systems are not available to perform work
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The period during which computer or network resources are unavailable to users because of a failure
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  The interval during which a functional unit is inoperable   (188)
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In computing, downtime is time when a computer is not working
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Total period that a service or component is not operational, within an agreed service times
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The requisite healing time usually following laser resurfacing or an invasive procedure
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(Ticaret) Periods when a resource is not available, either on a scheduled basis or due to unforeseen causes such as breakdown
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The total time a system is in a non-operable state
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the time that an item of equipment is out of service, as a result of equipment failure The time that an item of equipment is available, but not utilised is generally not included in the calculation of downtime E Economic Life - the total length of time that an asset is expected to remain actively in service before it is expected that it would be cheaper to replace the equipment rather than continuing to maintain it In practice, equipment is more often replaced for other reasons, including: because it no longer meets operational requirements for efficiency, product quality, comfort etc , or because newer equipment can provide the same quality and quantity of output more efficiently
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Time between activities
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The total period that a service or component is not operational within an agreed service time Measured from when a service or component fails to when normal operations recommence
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a period in which a machine, department or factory is idle during normal working hours
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