apposition

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English - Turkish
yaklaştırma
appozisyon
koşuntu
aynı nesneyi niteleme
biraraya koyma,yaklaştırma
{i} yan yana koyma
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. İki karşılıklı yüzeyin birbirine değmesi, uyumu. 2. Üstüste gelmesi
(Tıp) İki kenarın veya sathın yanyana getirilmesi veya birbirine yaklaştırılması
{i} bir araya koyma
{i} ilâve etme
aynı şeyi açıklayan iki kelimenin yan yana konması
{i} appozisyon [dilb.]
{i} ekleme
link
bağ

Olaylar yakından bağlantılı idi. - The events were closely linked.

Tom bloğundan benim siteme bağlandı. - Tom linked to my website from his blog.

apposition to
appozisyon için
link
zincirlenmek
link
(Askeri) haberleşme irtibatı
link
üzengi
link
rotilli kol
link
(Askeri) bakla
link
{f} bağla

Tom bloğundan benim siteme bağlandı. - Tom linked to my website from his blog.

Bir zincir birçok bağlantıdan oluşur. - A chain is made up of many links.

link
(together/up ile) bağlamak
link
{f} eklemek
link
(İnşaat) bağlantı, mafsal
link
{f} birleşmek
link
(fiil) bağlamak, eklemek, bağlantı kurmak, ulamak, birleşmek, eklenmek
link
(Tıp) Zincir şeklindeki oluşumun halkalarından her biri, bağlayıcı ödev gören halka
link
birbirine bağlamak
link
(isim) halka, bağlantı, bağ, kol düğmesi, eklem, meşale
link
mesaha zincirinin 20 santimetre boyunda bir ölçü halkası
link
{i} kol düğmesi
link
(Askeri) HAL, BAĞLANTI, BAĞ, İRTİBAT: Muhaberede iki nokta arasında haberleşme tesis ve imkanlarının bulunduğunu belirten genel terim
link
{i} eklem

Tatoeba'nı yeni versiyonu, insanları eklemeye ve onlarda redaksiyon yapmaya olanak sağlayacak! - The new version of Tatoeba will allow linking people, and even editing them!

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kulis
English - English
In biology, the growth of successive layers of a cell wall
The relationship between such nouns or noun phrases
The quality of being side-by-side, apposed instead of being opposed, not being front-to-front but next to each other
a construction in which one noun or noun phrase is placed with another as an explanatory equivalent, both having the same syntactic function in the sentence

For example, in the phrase my friend Alice the name Alice is in apposition to my friend.

A placing of two things side by side, or the fitting together of two things
the act of placing side by side, together, or in contact
{n} a putting to or near, an addition
link
the act of positioning close together (or side by side); "it is the result of the juxtaposition of contrasting colors"
{i} act of positioning side by side; sentence structure, word placement
(apposisjon): expansion of a noun phrase, whereby a second noun phrase is added which has the same reference as the first, but a different form E g Tony Blair, the British prime minister; my youngest sister, Carrie; the most beautiful cottage, the place I always dreamt of owning Sometimes a nominal clause can be in apposition to a noun phrase, if it defines or specifies the reference of the noun phrase E g the fact that they can’t afford it; their belief that nature is sacred
If two noun groups referring to the same person or thing are in apposition, one is placed immediately after the other, with no conjunction joining them, as in `Her father, Nigel, left home three months ago.'. in grammar, an occasion when a simple sentence contains two or more noun phrases that describe the same thing or person, appearing one after the other without a word such as 'and' or 'or' between them. For example, in the sentence 'The defendant, a woman of thirty, denies kicking the policeman' the two phrases 'the defendant' and 'a woman of thirty' are in apposition
A grammatical relation between a word and a noun phrase that follows It frequently expresses equality or a set membership relationship For example, "Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer [had a very shiny nose]" - here Rudolph = the unique red-nosed reindeer Another example, "Freewheelin' Franklin, an underground comic-strip character, [was into drugs and rock music]", expresses a set membership relation: Freewheeling_Franklin in "underground comic-strip characters"
The putting of things in juxtaposition, or side by side; also, the condition of being so placed
a grammatical construction in which two typically adjacent nouns referring to the same person or thing stand in the same syntactical relation to the rest of a sentence For example, in "the rally of the opposition Labor Party", "Labor Party" is in apposition with "opposition"
The act of adding; application; accretion
a grammatical relation between a word and a noun phrase that follows; "`Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer' is an example of apposition"
The state of two nouns or pronouns, put in the same case, without a connecting word between them; as, I admire Cicero, the orator
Here, the second noun explains or characterizes the first
the juxtaposition of two nouns, the second of which clarifies the first "The man, a leather-clad hoodlum, bolted from the scene when the police showed up "
(biology) growth in the thickness of a cell wall by the deposit of successive layers of material a grammatical relation between a word and a noun phrase that follows; "`Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer' is an example of apposition
(biology) growth in the thickness of a cell wall by the deposit of successive layers of material
Appositional
relating to or being in apposition; "an appositive noun"
appositional
Pertaining to apposition; put in apposition syntactically
appositional
Relating to apposition
appositional
relating to or being in apposition; "an appositive noun
in apposition
appositively: in an appositive manner; "this adjective is used appositively"
apposition

    Hyphenation

    ap·po·si·tion

    Antonyms

    opposition

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ "a-p&-'zi-sh&n ] (noun.) 15th century. * From Latin appositio > appositum, past participle of apponere (“to put near”).

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