Norveç'te yaşanan katliam ve son günlerde İngiltere'deki ayaklanma ve yağma, dünyanın içine sürüklendiği durum itibarı ile dehşet vericidir. - The massacre in Norway and the recent rebellion and the booty in England, are dreadful in consideration of the circumstances that the world drifted into.
Gemi dalgaların elinde sürükleniyordu. - The ship was drifting at the mercy of the waves.
Sami, sorunlarından uzaklaşmak ve serser olmak istiyordu. - Sami wanted to walk away from his problems and become a drifter.
(Spor) Viraja, arkadan kayma açısının öne göre daha fazla olması ve sürücünün virajın acısına göre aracını ayarlaması sonucu oluşan, viraj içersinde ilerleyerek, gerektiğinde direksiyona ters kontralar vererek (örn. viraj sola ilerliyor ise direksiyonu sağa çevirerek) otomobil sürme tekniğidir
(Askeri) DERİVOMETRE: Yandan esen rüzgar altında uçan bir uçağın istikametini ve yana düşüş durumunu tespit eden alet. Derivometre, görerek kerteriz almada ve zaman ayarı ile yer süratini ölçmede de kullanılır
(Askeri) DÜŞME ŞAMANDIRASI: Yana düşüş oranını tespit edip seyrüseferi kolaylaştırmak veya su üstü gemilerine yardım için bir bölgeyi veya cismi işaretlemek üzere, su üstünde uçan bir uçak tarafından bırakılan, yüzücü işaret. Şamandıra su sathına çarptığı zaman alev, duman veya madeni bir toz çıkarır
(Askeri) RÜZGAR VE TABİİ YAN DÜZELTME ÇİZELGESİ: Çeşitli mesafelerde ve rüzgarın değişik süratle esişleri sırasında, merminin seyri üzerinde meydana gelecek tesiri karşılamak üzere, nişangahta yapılacak düzeltme miktarını gösterir çizelge
live unhurriedly, irresponsibly, or freely; "My son drifted around for years in California before going to law school"
Slow variation of a performance characteristic such as gain, frequency or power output May be due to, for instance, temperature or ageing Usually only significant when measuring low-level signals (a few millivolts) over long periods of time, or in difficult environmental conditions
Any change in output over a period of time, which change is not a function of the pressure being measured See Stability
The ability of a switch to transfer at the same operating point or transducer to reproduce output readings when the same measured value is applied to it over many operations, under the same conditions, and in the same direction (long time duration) May also be applicable to changes in characteristics with known changes in conditions
A change of a reading or a set point value over long periods due to several factors including change in ambient temperature, time, and line voltage
To accumulate in heaps by the force of wind; to be driven into heaps; as, snow or sand drifts
A horizontal passage underground A drift follows the vein, as distinguished from a crosscut that intersects it, or a level or gallery, which may do either
A loss of threshold tuning stability caused by temperature change, battery condition, ground mineral content or detector design
A comparatively long-term change in an attribute or value of a system or equipment operational parameter (188) Note 1: The drift should be characterized, such as "diurnal frequency drift" and "output level drift " Note 2: Drift is usually undesirable and unidirectional, but may be bidirectional, cyclic, or of such long-term duration and low excursion rate as to be negligible
Change in the output voltage of a power supply over a specified period of time All other operating parameters (load, line, etc ) are assumed to be held constant Often specified as starting after a warm-up period
To be carried along by or as by currents of air or water To vary from or oscillate randomly about a fixed setting, position, or mode of operation To move leisurely or sporadically from place to place
A mass of matter which has been driven or forced onward together in a body, or thrown together in a heap, etc
If sounds drift somewhere, they can be heard but they are not very loud. Cool summer dance sounds are drifting from the stereo indoors
If someone or something drifts into a situation, they get into that situation in a way that is not planned or controlled. We need to offer young people drifting into crime an alternative set of values There is a general sense that the country and economy alike are drifting
Rock debris deposited by natural agents, specifically a deposit of clay, sand, gravel and boulders transported by a glacier or by running water from a glacier "Older drift" is the term used to describe drift deposited by glaciers prior to the Wisconsonian glaciation
The linear (first-order) component of a systematic change in frequency of an oscillator over time Drift is due to aging plus changes in the environment and other factors external to the oscillator (see aging)
Glacial deposits laid down directly by glaciers or laid down in lakes, ocean, or streams as result of glacial activity
disapproval If you say that someone drifts around, you mean that they travel from place to place without a plan or settled way of life. You've been drifting from job to job without any real commitment
The drift of an argument or speech is the general point that is being made in it. Grace was beginning to get his drift = gist
A drift is a movement away from somewhere or something, or a movement towards somewhere or something different. the drift towards the cities
Continental drift is the slow movement of the Earth's continents towards and away from each other. The movement, formation, or re-formation of continents described by the theory of plate tectonics. the very slow movement of the continents across the Earth's surface. Large-scale movements of continents over the course of geologic time. The first complete theory of continental drift was proposed in 1912 by Alfred Wegener, who postulated that a single supercontinent, which he called Pangaea, fragmented late in the Triassic Period (248-206 million years ago) and the parts began to move away from one another. He pointed to the similarity of rock strata in the Americas and Africa as evidence to support his hypothesis. Wegener's ideas were widely rejected until they were combined with Harry H. Hess's seafloor spreading hypothesis in the 1960s. The modern theory states that the Americas were joined with Europe and Africa until 190 million years ago, when they split apart along what is now the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Subsequent tectonic plate movements brought the continents to their present positions
Genes are inherently digital, in that an individual has an integer number of copies of each gene, and its children inherit an integer number of them That is, an individual cannot have half a gene While fitness may play a part in how many children inherit how many copies of a gene, in each individual child there is a large element of chance Genetic drift is where random (i e not related to fitness) fluctuations in the genetic material in the population occur and lead to macroscopic changes to the population Naturally genetic drift is more important in smaller rather than larger populations
Refers to the constant tendency of genes to evolve even in the absence of selective forces Genetic drift is fueled by spontaneous neutral mutations that disappear or become fixed in a population at random Inbred lines separated from a common ancestral pair can drift rapidly apart from each other
Random fluctuations in the frequency of the appearance of a gene in a small isolated population, presumably owing to chance rather than natural selection. Change in the pool of genes of a small population that takes place strictly by chance. Genetic drift can result in genetic traits being lost from a population or becoming widespread in a population without respect to the survival or reproductive value of the gene pairs (alleles) involved. A random statistical effect, genetic drift can occur only in small, isolated populations in which the gene pool is small enough that chance events can change its makeup substantially. In larger populations, any specific allele is carried by so many individuals that it is almost certain to be transmitted by some of them unless it is biologically unfavourable
(1) The sedimentary material moved in the littoral zone under the influence of waves and currents (2) (SMP) The mud, sand, or gravel material moved parallel to the shoreline in the nearshore zone by waves and currents
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