dram

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İngilizce - Türkçe
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Müthiş bir vakıa. Musibet, felâket. Heyecan uyandıran hâdise veya hareket
(Osmanlı Dönemi) yun. Korkunç ve kanlı tiyatro piyesi
Acıklı olay: "İhtiyarın ve umumiyetle insanın dramı nedir, bilir misiniz?"- B. Felek
Tiyatro edebiyatı
Acıklı, üzüntülü olayları, bazen güldürücü yönlerini de katarak konu alan sahne oyunu türü
Trajedi ile komedi arasında yer alan sahne yapıtı
Acıklı olay
Sahnede oynanmak için yazılmış oyun
drama
İngilizce - İngilizce
dynamic random access memory
A small quantity of an alcoholic drink
A minute quantity; a mite
A unit of weight avoirdupois

UK & US) 1.77 gram.

The currency of Armenia, divided into 100 luma
{v} to drink drams or spiritous liquors
{n} a glass of any spirit, the eighth of an ounce, a coin
{n} the eighth of an ounce, a Grecian coin, value 14 cents
(Para) The currency of Armenia
common type of RAM memory (Computers)
(Dynamic Random Access Memory) A type of memory that is lost when the power is turned off
Dynamic RAM RAM is random access memory
To drink drams; to ply with drams
-Dynamic random access memory
Dynamic memory, or dynamic RAM (DRAM, pronounced "dee ram"), is a type of RAM
Dynamic Random Access Memory Dynamic RAM is the most common type of electronic memory used in computers today Memory amount and type have a significant effect on applications performance
(dynamic random access memory) (n ) A type of semiconductor random access memory that stores information in integrated circuits that contain capacitors Because capacitors lose their charge over time, the dynamic RAM must be periodically "refreshed" or recharged Contrast with SRAM See also VRAM
(Dynamic Random Access Memory) This is the type of memory that is most widely used in PCs DRAM must be continually refreshed or it will lose its state (on/off), making it slower than SRAM
the basic unit of money in Armenia
{i} small measure of weight; sip; small amount; currency of Armenia
a unit of apothecary weight equal to an eighth of an ounce or to 60 grains
dynamic random-access memory RAM that stores information in capacitors that must be periodically refreshed Delays can occur because DRAMs are inaccessible to the processor when refreshing their contents However, DRAMs are less complex and have greater capacity than SRAMs See also SRAM
The most common type of computer memory
34375 grains
Dynamic Random Access Memory A type of memory component used to store information in a computer system ‘Dynamic’ means the DRAMs need a constant ‘refresh’ (pulse of current through all of the memory cells) to keep the stored information (See also RAM and SRAM )
the basic unit of money in Armenia 1/16 ounce or 1
771 grams a unit of apothecary weight equal to an eighth of an ounce or to 60 grains
A dram is a small measure of whisky. a dram of whisky Would you care for a dram?. See table at currency. a small alcoholic drink, especially whisky - used especially in Scotland (drame or dragma, from drachme )
1/16 ounce or 1 771 grams
Dynamic Random Access Memory: a type of memory used in most personal computers
Dynamic Randon Access Memory The most common type of RAM chips used on DIMMs and SIMMs
Dynamic RAM
Dynamic Random Access Memory: a cheap and compact form of RAM which needs to be periodically refreshed in order to retain its contents
"Dynamic Random Access Memory" (RAM) High density, cost-effective memory chips
A weight; in Apothecaries' weight, one eighth part of an ounce, or sixty grains; in Avoirdupois weight, one sixteenth part of an ounce, or 27
Dynamic Random Access Memory Function is controlled by signal timing relationships Commonly designed in as a fast-page mode option
Dynamic random access memory A type of memory component used to store information in a computer system "Dynamic" means the DRAMs need a constant "refresh" (pulse of current through all of the memory cells) to keep the stored information (See also RAM and SRAM )
(Dynamic Random Access Memory)The most common form of system memory packaging DRAM can hold a charge (that is, data) for only a short period of time Therefore, to retain the data it must be refreshed periodically If the cell is not refreshed, the data is lost
(Dynamic Random-Access Memory) - The most common form of RAM DRAM can hold data for only a short time To retain data, DRAM must be refreshed periodically If the cell is not refreshed, the data disappear
Dynamic Random Access Memory Most common RAM (Random Access Memory) for PC
As much spirituous liquor as is usually drunk at once; as, a dram of brandy; hence, a potation or potion; as, a dram of poison
A Persian daric
(Dynamic Random Access Memory) DRAM is the most common type of memory and is "dynamic" because in order for the memory chip to retain data, it must be refreshed constantly ( a pulse of current through all of the memory cells every few milliseconds) If the cell is not refreshed, the data is lost DRAM temporarily stores data in a cell composed of a capacitor and a transistor Each cell contains a specified number of bits These cells are accessed by row addresses and column addresses (See also RAM and SRAM )
Dynamic Random Access Memory (pronounced DEE-ram)
dram drinker
person who regularly drinks alcoholic drinks
dram shop
dramshop, legal term used in the in the United States for a bar or tavern
angel's dram
The alcohol which is lost from whisky while it's maturing in barrels. Although barrels are sealed, wood is slightly porous and some of the content slowly escapes and evaporates over the years it spends in barrel
drams
plural of dram
fluid dram
A unit of volume or capacity in the apothecary system, equal to of a fluid ounce (3.70 milliliters)
Türkçe - İngilizce
drama

I went to the theater to see a modern drama. - Modern bir dram izlemek için tiyatroya gittim.

Don't be so dramatic. - Bu kadar dramatik olma.

drum
dram sanatı
dramaturgy
lirik dram
(Tiyatro) opera
dram

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    diräm

    Eş anlamlılar

    nip, slug, snifter, tot

    Telaffuz

    /ˈdēˌram/ /ˈdiːˌræm/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'dram ] (noun.) 14th century. From Old French dragme Late Latin dragma Ancient Greek δραχμή (drachmē, “unit of weight, a handful”) δράσσομαι (drassomai, “I hold, seize”).

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