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Definition of alan in English Turkish dictionary

alan iş başarısı
Field work rate
Turkish - Turkish
Düz, açık ve geniş yer, meydan, saha
Orman içinde düz ve ağaçsız yer, düzlük, kayran
Yarışmaların, karşılaşmaların ve oyunların yapıldığı yer, saha
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Orman içinde açıklık, meydan
Bir konu veya çalışma çevresi
Orman içinde düz ve ağaçsız yer, düzlük
Bir çalışma çevresi: "Sanat kapalı bir alan değildir; sanat eseri herkes için, bütün toplum için yaratılır."- N. Ataç
Psikolog Kurt Lewin tarafından geliştirilen, insan davranışlarına ilişkin kavramsal bir model
Eski Roma'da açık hava gösterisi yapılan geniş yer
Yüz ölçümü
Bir alıcı merceğinin net bir görüntü sağlayabildiği derinlik ve genişliğin bütünü
İçinde birtakım kuvvet çizgilerinin yayılmış bulunduğu var sayılan uzay parçası
(Osmanlı Dönemi) MÜCRİF
saha
(Osmanlı Dönemi) SALİB
alan araştırması
Bir olayın veya durumun bilimsel amaçlarla yerinde incelenmesi
alan hızı
Hareket eden bir cismi, duran bir noktaya birleştiren doğru parçasının birim zamanda taradığı alan
alan korkusu
Bazı kişilerin alan, park, sokak gibi yerlerde duydukları ürkeklik hastalığı, meydan korkusu, agorafobi
alan pakula
Fahişe, Başkanın Adamları, Sophie'nin Seçimi gibi filmleriyle tanınmış ABD'li sinema yönetmeni
alan parker
Geceyarısı Ekspresi, Duvar, Birdy, Evita, şeytan çıkmazı gibi filmleriyle tanınmış ingiliz yönetmen
alan talan
Karmakarışık, allak bullak, darmadağınık
alan topu
Tenis
alanlar
Eski çağlarda Karadeniz'in kuzeydoğusunda ki bozkırlarda yaşayan göçebe halk
English - English
A male given name

I could pose as an artist all right; so I took the studio. Also the name of Alan Beverley. My own is Bill Bates. I had often wondered what it would feel like to be called by some name like Alan Beverley or Cyril Trevelyan.

Memeber of a group of Sarmatian tribes, nomadic pastoralists of the 1st millennium AD who spoke an Eastern Iranian language derived from Scytho-Sarmatian and which in turn evolved into modern Ossetian
{i} male first name
given name, male
Arthur Chester Alan Ayckbourn Sir Alan Bennett Alan Dershowitz Alan Morton Greenspan Alan Hazeltine Louis Alan Heeger Alan J. Hovhaness Alan Alan Hovhaness Chakmakjian Alan Hovaness Hulse Russell Alan Kay Alan Lerner Alan Jay MacDiarmid Alan G. Gregory Alan Maddux Mamet David Alan Meier Richard Alan Milne Alan Alexander Page Alan Cedric Paton Alan Stewart Shepard Alan Bartlett Jr. Sillitoe Alan Turing Alan Mathison Jerome Alan West Alanbrooke of Brookeborough Alan Francis Brooke 1st Viscount
A wolfhound
Alan Whickers
knickers
Alan Alexander Milne
born Jan. 18, 1882, London, Eng. died Jan. 31, 1956, Hartfield, Sussex English writer. He joined the staff of Punch in 1906 and produced successful light comedies and a memorable detective novel, The Red House Mystery (1922), before verses written for his son Christopher Robin grew into the collections When We Were Very Young (1924) and Now We Are Six (1927), which became beloved classics. Stories about the adventures of Christopher Robin and the toy animals Pooh, Piglet, Kanga, Roo, Tigger, Rabbit, Owl, and Eeyore are told in the immensely popular Winnie-the-Pooh (1926) and The House at Pooh Corner (1928)
Alan B Jr. Shepard
born Nov. 18, 1923, East Derry, N.H., U.S. died July 21, 1998, Monterey, Calif. U.S. astronaut. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and served in the Pacific during World War II. In 1959 he became one of the original seven Mercury program astronauts. In May 1961, 23 days after Yury A. Gagarin became the first human to orbit Earth, Shepard made a 15-minute suborbital flight that reached an altitude of 115 mi (185 km). He later commanded the Apollo 14 flight (1971), the first to land in the lunar highlands. Retiring from NASA and the navy in 1974, he entered private business
Alan Bartlett Jr. Shepard
born Nov. 18, 1923, East Derry, N.H., U.S. died July 21, 1998, Monterey, Calif. U.S. astronaut. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and served in the Pacific during World War II. In 1959 he became one of the original seven Mercury program astronauts. In May 1961, 23 days after Yury A. Gagarin became the first human to orbit Earth, Shepard made a 15-minute suborbital flight that reached an altitude of 115 mi (185 km). He later commanded the Apollo 14 flight (1971), the first to land in the lunar highlands. Retiring from NASA and the navy in 1974, he entered private business
Alan Bennett
born May 9, 1934, Leeds, Yorkshire, Eng. British dramatist, screenwriter, and actor. He first gained success with the brilliant satirical revue Beyond the Fringe (1960), which he cowrote and performed with Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, and Jonathan Miller. His first stage play, Forty Years On (1968), was followed by plays such as Getting On (1971) and Enjoy (1980). He later wrote works for television, including An Englishman Abroad (1982) and Talking Heads (1988), which were marked by his characteristic mixture of wry comedy and sadness. His screenplays include Prick Up Your Ears (1987). His successful play The Madness of King George (1991) was made into an acclaimed film in 1994
Alan Cedric Page
born Aug. 7, 1945, Canton, Ohio, U.S. U.S. gridiron football player. He was an All-America defensive end for Notre Dame. Playing tackle for the Minnesota Vikings (1967-78), he became part of its legendary "Purple People Eaters" front line. In 1971 he became the first defensive player to win the NFL's Most Valuable Player award. He earned a law degree in 1978 and continued playing with the Chicago Bears (to 1981) while engaging in private practice. He never missed a game in his 15-year career. In 1993 he was named to the Minnesota Supreme Court
Alan Dershowitz
Known as a civil liberties lawyer, he appeared for the defense in many highly publicized criminal cases, including those of Claus von Bulow and O.J. Simpson. His journal articles and widely syndicated newspaper columns were published in collections such as The Abuse Excuse (1994); his other books include Reasonable Doubts (1966) and The Best Defense (1982)
Alan Dershowitz
born Sept. 1, 1938, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. U.S. lawyer. He graduated from Yale Law School and clerked for Justice Arthur Goldberg before being appointed to the faculty of Harvard Law School at age
Alan Francis Brooke 1st Viscount Alanbrooke
born July 23, 1883, Bagnères-de-Bigorre, France died June 17, 1963, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, Eng. British military leader. He served in World War I and later became director of military training (1936-37) and an expert on gunnery. In World War II he began as commander of a corps in France and covered the Dunkirk evacuation. After serving as commander of the British home forces (1940-41), he was promoted to chief of staff (1941-46). He established good relations with the U.S. forces and exercised a strong influence on Allied strategy. He was promoted to field marshal in 1944 and created a viscount in 1946
Alan Francis Brooke 1st Viscount Alanbrooke of Brookeborough
born July 23, 1883, Bagnères-de-Bigorre, France died June 17, 1963, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, Eng. British military leader. He served in World War I and later became director of military training (1936-37) and an expert on gunnery. In World War II he began as commander of a corps in France and covered the Dunkirk evacuation. After serving as commander of the British home forces (1940-41), he was promoted to chief of staff (1941-46). He established good relations with the U.S. forces and exercised a strong influence on Allied strategy. He was promoted to field marshal in 1944 and created a viscount in 1946
Alan G. MacDiarmid
born April 14, 1927, Masterson, N.Z. U.S. chemist. He earned Ph.D.'s in chemistry at the University of Wisconsin at Madison (1953) and the University of Cambridge (1955). He then began teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, becoming Blanchard Professor of Chemistry there in 1988. With Alan J. Heeger and Shirakawa Hideki, he demonstrated that certain plastics can be chemically altered to be almost as conductive as metals. The discovery led scientists to uncover other conductive polymers, which contributed to the growing field of molecular electronics. In 2000 he received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry with Heeger and Shirakawa
Alan Greenspan
{i} (born 1926) American economist, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (1987-2006)
Alan Greenspan
born March 6, 1926, New York, N.Y. U.S. economist and chairman of the board of the Federal Reserve System. He grew up an only child and initially wanted to be a professional musician. He received his doctorate from New York University in 1977. Having become a private economic consultant, Greenspan served as chairman of the president's Council of Economic Advisers under Pres. Gerald Ford. From 1981 to 1983 he chaired the bipartisan National Commission on Social Security Reform. In 1987 Pres. Ronald Reagan appointed him chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, a position he continued to hold under Presidents George Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. As Federal Reserve chairman, he fought inflation through controlling the discount rate
Alan Hale Jr
(1918-1990) American television and movie actor, one of the stars of the television series "Gilligan's Island
Alan Hazeltine
born Aug. 7, 1886, Morristown, N.J., U.S. died May 24, 1964, Maplewood, N.J. U.S. electrical engineer and physicist. In the early 1920s he invented the neutrodyne circuit, which made commercial radio possible by neutralizing the noise that plagued all radio receivers of the time; by 1927 some 10 million radio receivers were using the device. Hazeltine later advised the U.S. government on regulation of radio broadcasting, and during World War II he served on the National Defense Research Committee
Alan Hovhaness
or Alan Hovaness orig. Alan Hovhaness Chakmakjian born March 8, 1911, Somerville, Mass., U.S. U.S. composer. He started to compose as a child. Studies at the New England Conservatory led him to pursue an interest in non-Western music, which only began to influence his own work after he destroyed his early compositions. Affected by the music of his Armenian heritage and his own lifelong mysticism, he composed more than 400 works, including some 60 symphonies and many other orchestral works, often on sacred themes, sometimes incorporating aleatory or natural sounds, as in And God Created Great Whales (1970)
Alan J. Heeger
born Jan. 22, 1936, Sioux City, Iowa, U.S. U.S. chemist. He received a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley in 1961. With Alan G. MacDiarmid and Shirakawa Hideki, Heeger determined that certain plastics can be chemically modified to conduct electricity almost as readily as metals. The finding led to the discovery of other conductive polymers and contributed to the emerging field of molecular electronics. Heeger, who taught at several institutions, founded the UNIAX Corp. in 1990. In 2000 he shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry with MacDiarmid and Shirakawa
Alan Jay Lerner
born Aug. 31, 1918, New York, N.Y., U.S. died June 14, 1986, New York City U.S. librettist and lyricist. Born to a prosperous retailing family, he studied at Juilliard and Harvard. He wrote more than 500 radio scripts between 1940 and 1942, the year he met the composer Frederick Loewe. The two began collaborating, and their first Broadway success came with Brigadoon (1947; film, 1954). It was followed by Paint Your Wagon (1951; film, 1969). My Fair Lady (1956) was an unprecedented triumph, setting a record for the longest original run of any musical; the film version (1964) won seven Academy Awards. Their film musical Gigi (1958) received nine Academy Awards. Camelot followed in 1960 (film, 1967). Lerner also collaborated with Kurt Weill (Love Life, 1948) and Burton Lane (On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, 1965; film, 1970), among others. His film scripts include An American in Paris (1951, Academy Award)
Alan Jay Lerner
{i} (1918-1986) U.S. lyricist playwright and librettist
Alan Kay
born 1940, Springfield, Mass., U.S. U.S. computer scientist. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Utah. In 1972 he joined Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center and continued work on the first object-oriented programming language (Smalltalk) for educational applications. He contributed to the development of Ethernet, laser printing, and client-server architecture. He left Xerox in 1983 and became a fellow at Apple Computer in 1984. His design of a graphical user interface was used in Apple's Macintosh and later in Microsoft's Windows operating system. He was a fellow at the Walt Disney Co. (1996-2001) and the Hewlett-Packard Co. (from 2002)
Alan Keyes
(born 1950) American politician and journalist, Republican candidate for U.S. President in 1996 and 2000
Alan MacDiarmid
{i} (born in 1927) New Zealander Nobel prize winner in Chemistry for 2000 for his work in plastic conductivity
Alan Mathison Turing
born June 23, 1912, London, Eng. died June 7, 1954, Wilmslow, Cheshire English mathematician and logician. He studied at the Universityof Cambridge and at Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study. In his seminal 1936 paper "On Computable Numbers," he proved that there cannot exist any universal algorithmic method of determining truth in mathematics and that mathematics will always contain undecidable (as opposed to unknown) propositions. That paper also introduced the Turing machine. He believed that computers eventually would be capable of thought indistinguishable from that of a human and proposed a simple test (see Turing test) to assess this capability. His papers on the subject are widely acknowledged as the foundation of research in artificial intelligence. He did valuable work in cryptography during World War II; after the war he taught at the University of Manchester. His apparent suicide at 41 followed an arrest for homosexual acts and extreme medical treatments aimed at changing his sexual orientation
Alan Morton Dershowitz
Known as a civil liberties lawyer, he appeared for the defense in many highly publicized criminal cases, including those of Claus von Bulow and O.J. Simpson. His journal articles and widely syndicated newspaper columns were published in collections such as The Abuse Excuse (1994); his other books include Reasonable Doubts (1966) and The Best Defense (1982)
Alan Morton Dershowitz
born Sept. 1, 1938, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. U.S. lawyer. He graduated from Yale Law School and clerked for Justice Arthur Goldberg before being appointed to the faculty of Harvard Law School at age
Alan Page
born Aug. 7, 1945, Canton, Ohio, U.S. U.S. gridiron football player. He was an All-America defensive end for Notre Dame. Playing tackle for the Minnesota Vikings (1967-78), he became part of its legendary "Purple People Eaters" front line. In 1971 he became the first defensive player to win the NFL's Most Valuable Player award. He earned a law degree in 1978 and continued playing with the Chicago Bears (to 1981) while engaging in private practice. He never missed a game in his 15-year career. In 1993 he was named to the Minnesota Supreme Court
Alan Pakula
(1928-1998) USA film director and writer who directed "Sophie's Choice" and "The Pelican Brief
Alan Paton
a South African writer and schoolteacher. He wrote about political and social subjects, but is best known for his novel Cry, the Beloved Country (1903-88). born Jan. 11, 1903, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, S.Af. died April 12, 1988, near Durban South African writer and political activist. While principal of a reformatory housing black youths, Paton introduced controversial progressive reforms and wrote his best-known work, the novel Cry, the Beloved Country (1948), focusing international attention on the issue of apartheid. To offer a nonracial alternative to apartheid, he helped found the Liberal Party of South Africa in 1953 and led the organization until it was banned in 1968. His other works include the novel Too Late the Phalarope (1953) and the biographies Hofmeyr (1964) and Apartheid and the Archbishop (1973)
Alan Ramadan
general manager of Quokka Sports- Internet Sports Broadcasts
Alan Shepard
(1923-98), a US astronaut, who was the second man in space and later the fifth man to walk on the moon
Alan Sillitoe
Many of his later novels and stories are brash and angry accounts of working-class life, beginning with his successful first novel, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1958; film, 1960). Perhaps his best-known work is the title story in the collection The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner (1959; film, 1962). His other works include the novels The Death of William Posters (1965), The Widower's Son (1976), and The Open Door (1989) and the story collections The Ragman's Daughter (1963; film, 1974) and Second Chance (1981)
Alan Sillitoe
born March 4, 1928, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Eng. English writer. The son of a tannery worker, he worked in factories from age
Alan Stewart Paton
born Jan. 11, 1903, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, S.Af. died April 12, 1988, near Durban South African writer and political activist. While principal of a reformatory housing black youths, Paton introduced controversial progressive reforms and wrote his best-known work, the novel Cry, the Beloved Country (1948), focusing international attention on the issue of apartheid. To offer a nonracial alternative to apartheid, he helped found the Liberal Party of South Africa in 1953 and led the organization until it was banned in 1968. His other works include the novel Too Late the Phalarope (1953) and the biographies Hofmeyr (1964) and Apartheid and the Archbishop (1973)
Alan Turing
a British mathematician and computer scientist, who developed ideas which were later used to build the first electronic computer, and which also influenced the development of the study of artificial intelligence. During World War II he helped to find out the meaning of the German military codes (=secret writing system used for sending messages) (1912-54). born June 23, 1912, London, Eng. died June 7, 1954, Wilmslow, Cheshire English mathematician and logician. He studied at the Universityof Cambridge and at Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study. In his seminal 1936 paper "On Computable Numbers," he proved that there cannot exist any universal algorithmic method of determining truth in mathematics and that mathematics will always contain undecidable (as opposed to unknown) propositions. That paper also introduced the Turing machine. He believed that computers eventually would be capable of thought indistinguishable from that of a human and proposed a simple test (see Turing test) to assess this capability. His papers on the subject are widely acknowledged as the foundation of research in artificial intelligence. He did valuable work in cryptography during World War II; after the war he taught at the University of Manchester. His apparent suicide at 41 followed an arrest for homosexual acts and extreme medical treatments aimed at changing his sexual orientation
Alan Turing
{i} (1912-1954) British mathematician and inventor of a mathematical model for computer technology, cryptographer who helped decipher the code of the Nazi "Enigma" system during WW II
Turkish - English
field

Hundreds of fields were submerged in the flood. - Yüzlerce alan sel suları altında kaldı.

Tony saw green fields and small, quiet villages. - Tony yeşil alanlar ve küçük, sessiz köyler gördü.

area

It was not permitted that the inhabitants trespass in the area. - Burada oturanların bu alandan geçmelerine izin verilmedi.

The playground is divided into three areas by white lines. - Oyun alanı, beyaz çizgiler tarafından üçe bölünmüş.

range

His research spans a wide range of fields. - Onun araştırması geniş bir alanı kapsar.

Tom has a wide range of interests. - Tom'un geniş bir ilgi alanı var.

domain

It's time for you to renew your domain name. - Alan adınızı yenilemenizin zamanı.

An ICANN domain signifies an IP address to a DNS server. - Bir ICANN alan bir DNS sunucusuna bir IP adresi belirtir.

space

Tom parked in one of the empty spaces in front of the library. - Tom kütüphanenin önündeki boş alanlardan birine parketti.

Get Unlimited Space Now! - Sınırsız Alana Sahip Ol Şimdi!

pitch

This area is as big as a football pitch. - Bu alan, bir futbol sahası kadar büyük.

arena
region

Sunspots are regions of the Sun where the solar magnetic field is very strong. - Güneş lekeleri güneş manyetik alanının çok güçlü olduğu Güneş bölgeleridir.

Agriculture is developed in the most fertile lands of the region. - Tarım, bölgenin en verimli alanlarında gelişmiştir.

recipient
scope
sphere

He wanted to enlarge his sphere of influence. - O, etki yaptığı alanı büyütmek istedi.

The lack of a public sphere in Europe is being felt more and more keenly. - Avrupa'da kamusal alanın yokluğu gitgide daha fazla hissediliyor.

stretch
compartment
continent

America is a continent of immigration. - Amerika göç alan bir kıtadır.

(Havacılık) aerodrome
lot

I visited a lot of different areas in England. - İngiltere'de birçok farklı alanları ziyaret ettim.

I saw Tom's car in the parking lot. - Tom'un arabasını park alanında gördüm.

clearing
(Askeri) pocket
zone

Parts of the city looked like a disaster zone following the storm. - Fırtınadan sonra şehrin bazı kısımları afet alanı gibiydi.

You need to get out of your comfort zone. - Konfor alanından çıkman gerekiyor.

surface
(Ticaret) square

Iceland has an area of about 103,000 square kilometres. - İzlanda yaklaşık 103.000 kilometrekarelik bir alana sahiptir.

The room's area is two and half square meters. - Odanın alanı iki buçuk metre karedir.

(Bilgisayar) receivedby
airfield
course

The magnets, of course, have a magnetic field around them. - Mıknatısların, tabii ki, etrafında bir manyetik alanı vardır.

buyer
line

The playground is divided into three areas by white lines. - Oyun alanı, beyaz çizgiler tarafından üçe bölünmüş.

circus
receiver
(Kısaltma) terr

I'm Alan Tate, Terry Tate's son. - Ben Alan Tate, Terry Tate'nin oğlu.

You're stepping into dangerous territory. - Tehlikeli alana adım atıyorsun.

(Ticaret) district
bay
(İnşaat) building site

A bomb from the time of World War II has exploded at a building site in Germany, killing at least one person. - Almanya'da bir inşaat alanında II. Dünya savaşı zamanından bir bomba patladı, en azından bir kişi öldü.

I work on a building site. - Ben bir inşaat alanında çalışıyorum.

glade
open place, open field
compass

Many people are experiencing compassion fatigue because of the constant tragedies being reported in the news. - Haberlerde sürekli yer alan trajik olaylar yüzünden birçok insan şefkat yorgunluğu çekiyor.

arena; parade ground
maidan
realm

Recently, the increasing diversity of computer use has extended far beyond the realms of the office. - Son zamanlarda, bilgisayar kullanımında artan çeşitlilik, ofis alanlarının çok ötesine uzandı.

(open) space, area; field; field, pitch" " saha; airfield; clearing" " kayran; domain, sphere, field
tract
susceptive
(Hukuk) area, scope, sphere
reach

When they had reached the common where the geese fed, she sat down and unloosed her hair, which was of pure gold. - Onlar kazların beslendiği alana ulaştığında, o oturdu ve saf altın rengi olan saçını açtı.

We had better hurry or we'll be caught in the storm before we reach the camping site. - Acele etsek iyi olur yoksa biz kamp alanına ulaşmadan önce fırtınaya yakalanırız.

area , field , space
extent
theater
field (of knowledge or activity)
(electric, magnetic, static, gravitational, optical) field
theatre [Brit.]
ambit

Girls are more ambitious academically than boys. - Kızlar akademik alanda oğlanlardan daha hırslıdır.

glade, forest meadow
yard

It's rare to find big yards in Japan. - Japonya'da büyük alanlar bulmak nadirdir.

(Hukuk) (mülkiyet) private place
territory

You're stepping into dangerous territory. - Tehlikeli alana adım atıyorsun.

(Bilgisayar) received by
place

Who was in second place? - İkici sırada yer alan kimdi?

I can't keep track of all the changes taking place in the world of AIDS research. - AIDS araştırma dünyasında yer alan tüm değişiklikleri takip edemem.

land

We will divide the large area of family land equally between our children. - Aile arazisinin geniş alanını çocuklar arasında eşit olarak böleceğiz.

Agriculture is developed in the most fertile lands of the region. - Tarım, bölgenin en verimli alanlarında gelişmiştir.

plaza
{i} theatre
ground
purview

That is outside my purview. - O benim yetki alanımın içinde değil.

esplanade
area (region)
alan kodu
area code
alan teorisi (fizik)
(Fizik) field theory
alan ölçü
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) planimetry
alan adı
(Bilgisayar) Domain name
alan araştırması
field work, research on the field
alan araştırması
area search
alan aydınlatması
aerodrome lighting
alan bastırıcı
field suppressor
alan başı yapma
field flyback
alan boşalması
field discharge
alan boşluğu
field blanking
alan denetimi
field control
alan destek grubu
(Askeri) area support group
alan düzleyici
field flattener
alan emisyonu
field emission
alan etkili transistor
field effect transistor
alan etkisi
field effect
alan eğriliği
curvature of the field
alan farı
aerodrome beacon
alan frekansı
field frequency
alan görevlisi
ground crew
alan hızı
the area per unit time swept by the ray uniting a moving point and a fixed point
alan kimse
recipient
alan kontrolü
field control
alan korkusu
agoraphobia

He suffers from agoraphobia. - O alan korkusundan muzdarip.

alan kuramı
field theory
alan mıknatısı
field magnet
alan oranı
area ratio
alan reostası
field rheostat
alan salımı
field emission, autoemission
alan sargısı
field coil
alan silinmesi
field blanking
alan sonu işareti
end-of-field mark
alan supresörü
field suppressor
alan talan etmek
1. to make a mess (of). 2. to plunder
alan talan etmek
to mess up
alan talan olmak
1. to be messed up, be turned upside down. 2. to be plundered, be sacked
alan taraması
field scanning
alan tehlike farı
aerodrome hazard beacon
alan teorisi
field theory
alan testi
field testing
alan topu
tennis ball
alan trafiği
aerodrome traffic
alan uzunluğu
field length
alan yerbilimi
field geology
alan yeğinliği
field strength
alan çalışması
fieldwork
alan ürküsü
agoraphobia
alan ürküsü/korkusu
agoraphobia
alan ışıklandırması
airfield lighting
alan ışığı
airfield light
alan şiddeti
field intensity
alev alan
(Kimya) inflammable
alev alan
(Jeoloji) flammable
al özet alan
(Bilgisayar) get pivot field
bilişsel alan
Cognitive domain
açık alan
concourse
borsada halka satılmayan yeni senetleri alan kişi
underwriter
ileri alan oyuncusu
striker
kredi alan
(Ticaret) borrower
rüzgâr alan
windy
rüşvet alan
venal
yeşil alan
green belt
geniş alan
expanse
alan kodu
zip code
alan kodu
(Bilgisayar) field code
alanlar
(Bilgisayar) zones
bakir alan
(Çevre) wilderness
bilinmeyen alan
(Bilgisayar) unknown field
borç alan
debtor
borç alan
borrowing
depolama alan ağı
(Bilgisayar) storage area network
devir alan
(Kanun) transferee
düz alan
(Askeri) plain
ekonomik alan
(Ticaret) economic field
elektrik alan
(Kimya) electric field
erke alan
(Biyokimya) endergonic
gereken alan
(Bilgisayar) space required
güvenilir alan
safe area
hassas alan
sensitive area
hibe alan
(Kanun) grantee
ipotek alan
(Kanun,Ticaret) mortgagee
ipotek alan kişi
(Ticaret) mortgagee
alan
(Spor) diamond
karar alan
decision maker
kesit alan
(Kimya) cross-section
rastgele alan
(Bilgisayar) random field
sonraki alan
(Bilgisayar) next field
sosyal alan
social domain
steril alan
(Tıp) sterile field
tehlikeli alan
(Çevre) hazardous area
teknik alan
technical field
temel alan
(Bilgisayar) base field
temlik alan
(Ticaret) assignee
teslim alan
(Bilgisayar) checked out by
teslim alan
(Ticaret) recepient
toplam alan
(Bilgisayar) total space
uzak alan
(Çevre) far-field
alan
(Denizbilim) terminal area
yakın alan
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) near field
yeni alan
(Bilgisayar) new field
yerini alan kimse/şey
replacement
zorla alan kimse
extortioner
önceki alan
(Bilgisayar) previous field
Alanlar
alans
abdest alan, abdestli
ablution areas, abdestli
alanlar
areas

Large areas of the ocean are polluted. - Okyanusun büyük alanları kirletildi.

They want to talk to you about areas of mutual interest. - Onlar karşılıklı ilgi alanları konusunda sizinle konuşmak istiyorlar.

alanlar
fields

Many roads and fields were flooded. - Birçok yollar ve alanlar sular altında kaldı.

There were not many doctors in the gold fields. - Altın alanlarında çok sayıda doktor yoktu.

bütün insanları göz önüne alan
takes into consideration all the people
bütün insanları içine alan varlık
to encompass all human existence
ders alan
classes
işık alan, ışıklı, aydınlık
a light field, light, bright
kamusal alan
Public sphere
kapalı alan
Covered area
tepelik alan
hills
yer alan
appearing in
yer alan
taking place

I can't keep track of all the changes taking place in the world of AIDS research. - AIDS araştırma dünyasında yer alan tüm değişiklikleri takip edemem.

ısı alan
temperature field
ışık alan
light field
alan

    Hyphenation

    Al·an

    Turkish pronunciation

    älın

    Pronunciation

    /ˈalən/ /ˈælən/

    Etymology

    () Celtic name borne by early Breton saints, of disputed origin and meaning; brought to England by Normans. As an early Irish name, perhaps connected with ail, ‘noble’. It may have been the name of a Celtic deity, the brother of Bran, Welsh Alawn, Celtic Alun, ‘harmony’.

    Common Collocations

    alan kodu

    Videos

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    ... Alan, go ahead. ...

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