conjunct

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English - Turkish
birleşmiş
birleşik
ortak
(Dilbilim) bağlaçlık
{s} bitişik
müşterek
conjunction
{i} bağlaç

İsimler, zamirler, fiiller, sıfatlar, zarflar, makaleler, edatlar, bağlaçlar, ve ünlemler İngilizcede konuşma parçalarıdır. - Nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, articles, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections are the parts of speech in English.

conjunction
birleşme/bağlaç
conjunction
birlikte

Rüşvet güç örgütleri ile birlikte ortaya çıkan bir şeydir. - Bribes are something that arises in conjunction with power organizations.

conjunction
{i} (Gökbilim) kavuşum
conjunction
{i} dilb. bağlaç
conjunction
in conjunction with ile bir arada
conjoined
(Dilbilim) sıralanmış
conjoined
birleştirilmiş
conjunction
bağlaşım
conjunction
(Bilgisayar) birletim
conjunction
birlik
conjunction
birbirine birleştirilmiş
conjunction
(Dilbilim) birleştirme
conjunction
(Astronomi) kavuşum
conjunction
(Astronomi) kavuşma konumu
conjoined
{f} birleştir
conjunction
birleşim
conjoined
birleştir(mek)
either party to a conjunction
Bir bağlaç için taraflardan birinin
conjoined
birlestir
conjunction
rastlantı
conjunction
tesadüf
conjunction
konjonksiyon
conjunction
birleşme
conjunction
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) bağlaşım (lévi-strauss)
conjunction
aynı zamanda vaki olma
conjunction
(Mukavele) birleşme; aynı zamanda vuku bulma; rastlantı
English - English
acting together; collaborative
conjoined

Set A is conjunct with set B.

Either term of a conjunction
An adjunct that supplements a sentence with information, not considered to be an essential part of the propositional content, that connects the sentence with previous parts of the discourse, as "therefore" in "It was raining. Therefore, we didn't go swimming."
{s} united; connected, conjoined
either party to a conjunction
or Conjunction- two or more planets within 3º of each other in the sky
Describes a melody that moves in small intervals [Melody]
Pitches on successive degrees of the scale; opposite of disjunct
One of the propositional components of a conjunction Example: "It's raining" is the first conjunct of "it's raining and the sun is shining "
bound in close association; "conjunct influences"; "conjunct ideas"
bound in close association; "conjunct influences"; "conjunct ideas
Same as Conjoined
involving the joint activity of two or more; "the attack was met by the combined strength of two divisions"; "concerted action"; "the conjunct influence of fire and strong dring"; "the conjunctive focus of political opposition"; "a cooperative effort"; "a united effort"; "joint military activities"
acting together
progressing melodically by intervals of a second; "conjunct motion of an ascending scale"
progressing melodically by intervals of a second; "conjunct motion of an ascending scale" bound in close association; "conjunct influences"; "conjunct ideas
A letter which is a combination of two or more basic letters The shape of the conjunct may, or may not give a clue to the constituting letters Example: the joint form of "ae"
One par of a compound "and" claim
United; conjoined; concurrent
(bindeadverbial): a type of adverbial Conjuncts bind together sentences, and express relations between them, e g contrast (however, on the other hand), similarity (likewise, similarly), continuation (furthermore, moreover), digression/change of topic (anyway), sequence (first, to begin with, secondly, finally, to conclude) Conjuncts can also be described as text organizers, in that they guide the hearer/reader through the text, showing how the different pieces hang together, and where they belong in the text
A combination of two or more characters In some Indian languages, two consonant sounds that blend into a single syllable, and are represented as single character
conjunction
The alignment of two bodies in the solar system such that they have the same longitude when seen from Earth
conjunction
The act of joining, or condition of being joined
conjunction
Sexual intercourse

Certaine Nations (and amongst others, the Mahometane) abhorre Conjunction with women great with childe.

conjunction
An aspect in which planets are in close proximity to one another
conjunction
A word used to join other words or phrases together into sentences. The specific conjunction used shows how the two joined parts are related. Example: Bread, butter and cheese
conjunction
The proposition resulting from the combination of two or more propositions using the ∧ (\and) operator
conjunction
the state of being joined together, or the things so joined
conjunction
{i} uniting, joining, connection; connecting word
conjunction
This is when a celestial body in the same elongation on the ecliptic as another When two planets are in conjunction they often create a very bright point of light this happens only if they actually meet, which they do not always do, since the orbits of the planets are not exactly in the same plane as one another If this does occur, it is known as an Occulation The following discussion is on the subject of conjunctions with the sun Superior planets have only one conjunction point, when they are on the opposite side of the sun to the earth Inferior planets have two conjunction points, one where the planet is on the opposite side of the sun to the earth (superior conjunction), and one where the planet is directly between the earth and the sun (inferior conjunction) Conjunction is not a good time to observe a planet
conjunction
A truth-function that is true when both its arguments (called conjuncts) are true Also the connective denoting this function; also the compound proposition built from this connective Notation: p · q; sometimes also pq or pq
conjunction
If one thing is done or used in conjunction with another, the two things are done or used together. The army should have operated in conjunction with the fleet to raid the enemy's coast = together
conjunction
An aspect formed when two or more planets are located at the same zodiacal degree Generally interpreted as an inseparable connection between the two planetary energies, the interpretation of the conjunction dependes heavily on the planets involved Where they share an affinity, the conjunction is often seen as a positive influence
conjunction
a word that joins together sentences, clauses, phrases, or words There are two kinds of conjunctions: coordinating conjunctions (such as "and" and "or") and subordinating conjunctions (such as "but") There is a conjunction between "Jupiter" and "Mars" (namely, "and")
conjunction
The situation of two celestial bodies with the same celestial longitude (the angular distance measured east of the vernal equinox along the ecliptic); for example, conjunction occurs when the moon and the sun are directly in line with the earth and the moon is between the earth and the sun
conjunction
when two bodies appear close together in the sky
conjunction
When two bodies appear to close together in the sky, i e they have the same Right Ascension Mercury & Venus are said to be at Superior Conjunction when they are behind the Sun, and at Inferior Conjunction when they are in front of it The outer planets are simply said to be at conjunction when they pass behind the Sun
conjunction
An inferior planet is said to be "in inferior conjunction" when it is directly between the Earth and the Sun It is "in superior conjunction" when it is on the opposite side of the Sun from the Earth A superior planet is "in conjunction" when it is on the opposite side of the Sun from the Earth A superior planet obviously cannot have an inferior conjunction When the Earth is at inferior conjunction with respect to an observer on a superior planet we say that planet is "in opposition" from Earth's perspective (nice diagram)
conjunction
an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences
conjunction
A word that joins words or phrases (i e and, but, or) example: I'll pass on the pork and beans, but I'd love some pizza or ziti See for more information: Guide to Grammar and Style Conjunctions
conjunction
something that joins or connects
conjunction
An alignment of two objects For binary stars, conjunction occurs at orbital phases 0 or 0 5 In an eclipsing binary, eclipses occur at conjunctions In the solar system, a conjunction is an alignment of two bodies as seen from the Earth Planetary conjunctions involve the Sun (the hour angle is that of the Sun) In an inferior conjunction the planet lies between the Sun and the Earth; in a superior conjunction the planet lies on the far side of the Sun The new moon is an inferior conjunction
conjunction
The act of conjoining, or the state of being conjoined, united, or associated; union; association; league
conjunction
The meeting of two or more stars or planets in the same degree of the zodiac; as, the conjunction of the moon with the sun, or of Jupiter and Saturn
conjunction
the grammatical relation between linguistic units (words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction
conjunction
Having the same right ascension or, more precisely, the same longitude as the sun An inferior planet has two types: inferior conjunction, when the planet lies between the sun and earth, and superior conjunction, when it lies on the far side of the sun
conjunction
(pronounce: kon-junk-shun) con = [Latin] together; junctio = [Latin] to join When two heavenly bodies are in conjunction, then they are very close together in the sky When astronomers say something like "Jupiter is in conjunction" without mentioning a second heavenly body, then they mean "with the Sun" In such a case Jupiter is not visible at any time of the night The planets that are further away from the Sun than the Earth (the superior planets) have one conjunction each synodical orbital period The planets that are closer to the Sun (the inferior planets, Mercury and Venus) have two conjunctions per synodical orbital period: one when they pass between the Sun and the Earth (the inferior conjunction), and one when they pass behind the Sun (the superior conjunction)
conjunction
An event that occurs when two or more celestial objects appear close close together in the sky
conjunction
The position of two celestial objects when they are 0° apart as viewed from east to west on Earth When the Sun is one of the objects the other is between it and Earth so is usually not visible
conjunction
A conjunction is a word used to join two sentences together to make a larger sentence Conjunctions include coordinate conjunctions, like "and", "or" and "but": "Jim is happy and Mary is proud", "India will win the test match or I'm a monkey's uncle" There are also subordinate conjunctions, like "if" and "when", as in "I will play with you if you will lend me your marbles" and "I will lend you this book when you return the last one you borrowed" Conjunctions may also be used to join nouns, adjectives, adverbs, verbs, phrases Examples: nounsBoys and girls [come out to play] adjectives[The team colours are] black and yellow adverbs[He was] well and truly [beaten] verbs[Mary] played and won [her match] phrasesacross the river and into the trees [She] fell down and hit her head Conjunction is often abbreviated to CONJ CONJ is a lexical grammatical category
conjunction
The act of joining or being joined
conjunction
the state of being joined together
conjunction
The position of a celestial body when it is on the same side of the sun from Earth
conjunction
(astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac
conjunction
A word used to join other words or phrases together into sentences. The specific conjunction used shows how the two joined parts are related
conjunction
21 An Aspect Conjunctions "blend" the energies of the two planets who occupy the same space within 8 degrees
conjunction
The proposition resulting from the combination of two or more propositions using the ∧ (and) operator
conjunction
In grammar, a conjunction is a word or group of words that joins together words, groups, or clauses. In English, there are co-ordinating conjunctions such as `and' and `but', and subordinating conjunctions such as `although', `because', and `when'
conjunction
A connective or connecting word; an indeclinable word which serves to join together sentences, clauses of a sentence, or words; as, and, but, if
conjunction
When two bodies appear to be in the same place as seen from Earth In the Solar System we say a planet is at inferior conjunction if it comes between the Earth and the Sun or superior conjunction if it is behind the Sun as seen from Earth The inner planets can have both alignments while the outer planets can only come to the latter
conjunction
Two objects are said to be in conjunction when they arrive at the same longitude on the ecliptic See Inferior Conjunction and Superior Conjunction
conjunction
the temporal property of two things happening at the same time; "the interval determining the coincidence gate is adjustable"
conjunction
A conjunction of two or more things is the occurrence of them at the same time or place. the conjunction of two events. a conjunction of religious and social factors
conjunction
an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences (astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac the grammatical relation between linguistic units (words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction
conjunction
When a planet is in line with the Sun and the Earth See also: elongation, inferior conjunction, opposition, superior conjunction
conjunction
See the Note under Aspect, n
conjunction
The position of two celestial bodies when they are in line with one another as seen by an observer on Earth The new moon is also referred to as moon in conjunction with the Sun (opposite of opposition)
conjunction
When two planets are in one and the same degree and minute of any sign, we say they are in Conjunction A Conjunction, Coition, Synod or Congress (for some use all these words) is, when two Planets are in one and the same degree and minute of a Sign: Other new Aspects I have formerly mentioned in the beginning of this Discourse You must understand amongst these Aspects, the Quadrate Aspect is a sign of imperfect enmity; and that the Opposition is an aspect or argument of perfect hatred; which is to be understood thus: A Question is propounded, Whether two persons at variance may be reconciled? Admit I find the two Significators representing the two Adversaries, in Square aspect; I may then judge because the aspect is of imperfect hatred, that the matter is not yet so far gone, but there may be hopes of reconciliation betwixt them, the other Significators or Planets a little helping
conjunct

    Hyphenation

    con·junct

    Antonyms

    disjunct

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ k&n-'j&[ng](k)t, k&aum ] (adjective.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin conjunctus, past participle of conjungere.

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