interrupting

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English - Turkish
sözünü kesme

Tom'un söyleyecek önemli bir şeyi vardı ama Mary onun sözünü kesmeye devam etti. - Tom had something important to say, but Mary kept interrupting him.

Beth'in, insanlar konuşurken onların sözünü kesme gibi güçlü alışkanlığı var. - Beth has a strong habit of interrupting people while they are talking.

interrupt
{f} sözünü kesmek

Başkalarının sözünü kesmek kabalıktır. - It is rude to interrupt others.

Sözünü kesmekten nefret ediyorum fakat bir şey söylemeliyim. - I hate to interrupt you, but I need to say something.

interrupt
sekte vurmak
interrupt
kesmek

Üzgünüm, amacım sözünü kesmek değildi. - Sorry, I didn't mean to interrupt.

Başkalarının sözünü kesmek kabalıktır. - It is rude to interrupt others.

interrupt
{f} söze karışmak

Söze karışmaktan nefret ederim ama bir şey söylemem gerekiyor. - I hate to interrupt, but I need to say something.

interrupt
{f} yarıda kesmek

Tom yarıda kesmek için ağzını açtı. - Tom opened his mouth to interrupt.

interrupt
(İnşaat) durdurmak
interrupt
ara vermek

Görüşmeye ara vermek istemedim. - I didn't want to interrupt the discussion.

interrupt
kesme

Konuşurken birinin sözünü kesmek kibarlık değildir. - It is not polite to interrupt someone while he is talking.

Ben konuşurken sözümü kesme. - Don't interrupt me while I am talking.

interrupt
{f} engellemek

Onları engellemek istemiyorum. - I don't want to interrupt them.

interrupt
lafa karışmak
interrupt
(sözünü) kesmek
interrupt
(Bilgisayar) kesinti
interrupt
(Bilgisayar) kesme ırq
interrupt
araya girmek
interrupt
(Bilgisayar) kesilme

Tom sözünün kesilmesini istemedi. - Tom didn't want to be interrupted.

Sözümün kesilmesini istemiyorum. - I don't want to be interrupted.

interrupt
sekteye uğratmak
interrupt
(Bilgisayar) işkesme sinyali
interrupt
yarıda bırakmak
interrupt
işkesmek
interrupt
kesinti, kesilme kesmek
interrupt
düzenini bozmak
interrupt
akışını durdurmak
interrupt
ara ver

Görüşmeye ara vermek istemedim. - I didn't want to interrupt the discussion.

Telefona cevap vermek için işine ara verdi. - He interrupted his work to answer the phone.

interrupt
sekte
interrupt
birinin işine mâni olmak
interrupt
yarıda kesme
interrupt
ara ver,sözünü kes
interrupt
interruptive arayı kesici
interrupt
{f} kapatmak (görüntü)
interrupt
{f} (birinin) sözünü kesmek
interrupt
arasını kesmek
interrupt
intizamını bozmak
interrupt
interruptedly aralıklarla
interrupt
interr
interrupt
fasılalarla
interrupt
fasıla vermek
interrupt
interrupted kesilmiş
interrupt
birinin sözünü kesmek

Konuşurken birinin sözünü kesmek kibarlık değildir. - It is not polite to interrupt someone while he is talking.

interrupt
aralık açmak
English - English
present participle of interrupt
interrupting time
The time between the trip circuit energization and power arc interruption
interrupt
To assert to a computer that an exceptional condition must be handled

The packet receiver circuit interrupted the microprocessor.

interrupt
to disturb or halt an ongoing process or action by interfering suddenly

A maverick politician repeatedly interrupted the debate by shouting.

interrupt
to stop while in progress
interrupt
An event (usually caused by hardware) that interrupts whatever the processor was doing and asks it do something else The hardware will generate an interrupt whenever it has reached some state where software intervention is required
interrupt
An event that causes a computer to temporarily cease what it was doing and attend to a condition
interrupt
A suspension of a process, such as the execution of a computer program, caused by an event external to the computer and performed in such a way that the process can be resumed Events of this kind include sensors monitoring laboratory equipment or a user pressing an interrupt key
interrupt
[BSG] The 645 /6180 CPU has a separate set of 32 interrupt vectors and fault vectors Interrupts are always generated external to the processor, by the System Control Unit (SCU), in which the interrupt might have been "set" by another processor or the I/O box (see GIOC, IOM) Interrupts are only recognized during instruction-pair fetches, not in mid-instruction The interrupt mask is not in the processor, but in the port on the SCU to which the processor is connected Inter-processor, or even looped-back, interrupts generated by processors are used to take processors on and off the system, crash or shutdown the system, and send IPS signals to running processes See SCAS
interrupt
An event triggered by either hardware or software that causes the processor to first suspend execution of its current process and store information about that process, and then invoke one or more interrupt handlers to decide when and how to handle the new event
interrupt
interfere in someone else's activity; "Please don't interrupt me while I'm on the phone"
interrupt
A signal which causes the machine's hardware to break the normal program flow and transfer control to a specific interrupt handling routine Once the interrupt has been processed, the interrupted program is resumed
interrupt
destroy the peace or tranquility of; "Don't interrupt me when I'm reading"
interrupt
An asynchronous message sent to a process or thread that interrupts what it is currently doing This usually results in an InterruptedException object being received by the interrupted thread Waiting for an interrupt is an alternative to polling
interrupt
In LAN technology, the method of access used in certain bus and ring networks in which workstations can "interrupt" a server to get service The server resumes its prior operation after handling the station's request
interrupt
A signal sent to the CPU to request service Essentially a subroutine outside the normal flow of execution, but with many extra considerations
interrupt
Broken; interrupted
interrupt
To divide; to separate; to break the monotony of; as, the evenness of the road was not interrupted by a single hill
interrupt
make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages"
interrupt
An asynchronous message, usually issued by an I/O device, requesting the service of an operating system's or device driver's interrupt handler
interrupt
{f} stop, discontinue; disturb, interfere; interrupt the conversation or action of another (especially with a remark)
interrupt
If something interrupts a line, surface, or view, it stops it from being continuous or makes it look irregular. Taller plants interrupt the views from the house
interrupt
A request for attention from the processor When the processor receives an interrupt, it suspends its current operations, saves the status of its work, and transfers control to a special routine known as an interrupt handler, which contains the instructions for dealing with the particular situation that caused the interrupt
interrupt
a special processor function that halts normal program execution in response to some event such as a timer expiration or successful transmission of a character to an I/O device When the interrupt is encountered, the processor executes a special interrupt handler routine to process the event
interrupt
The suspension of normal program execution to perform a higher priority service routine as requested by a peripheral device After completion of the service routine operation, the interrupted program routine is resumed at the point where it was interrupted
interrupt
An asynchronous event that suspends the currently scheduled process and temporarily diverts the flow of control through an interrupt handler routine Interrupts can be caused by both hardware (I/O, timer, machine check) and software (supervisor, system call, or trap instruction)
interrupt
An asynchronous operating condition that disrupts normal execution and transfers control to an interrupt handler Interrupts are usually initiated by I/O devices requiring service from the processor
interrupt
1 [techspeak] n On a computer, an event that interrupts normal processing and temporarily diverts flow-of-control through an "interrupt handler" routine See also {trap} 2 interj A request for attention from a hacker Often explicitly spoken "Interrupt --- have you seen Joe recently?" See {priority interrupt} 3 Under MS-DOS, the term `interrupt' is nearly synonymous with `system call', because the OS and BIOS routines are both called using the INT instruction (see {{interrupt list, the}}) and because programmers so often have to bypass the OS (going directly to a BIOS interrupt) to get reasonable performance
interrupt
  A suspension of a process, such as the execution of a computer program, caused by an event external to that process, and performed in such a way that the process can be resumed  Synonym  interruption
interrupt
A method by which a piece of hardware communicates with the processor It's called interrupt, because the device (such as a modem) interrupts the processor to carry out a function (such as writing a file)
interrupt
To break into, or between; to stop, or hinder by breaking in upon the course or progress of; to interfere with the current or motion of; to cause a temporary cessation of; as, to interrupt the remarks of anyone speaking
interrupt
Condition that causes normal program processing to be suspended temporarily
interrupt
If you interrupt someone who is speaking, you say or do something that causes them to stop. Turkin tapped him on the shoulder. `Sorry to interrupt, Colonel.' He tried to speak, but she interrupted him. + interruption interruptions in·ter·rup·tion The sudden interruption stopped Beryl in mid-flow
interrupt
terminate; "She interrupted her pregnancy"; "break a lucky streak"; "break the cycle of poverty" destroy the peace or tranquility of; "Don't interrupt me when I'm reading" interfere in someone else's activity; "Please don't interrupt me while I'm on the phone" make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages
interrupt
make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages
interrupt
An Interrupt is an opportunity for an opposing unit to stop the performance of another unit's actions Typical interrupts include ambushes and defensive weapons fire against a unit performing actions A successful interrupt causes a unit to stop performing actions, and to lose any remaining command points it may have To be successful, and interrupt must result in a unit's morale becoming Shaken An interrupt is automatically successful against shaken units performing actions
interrupt
an asynchronous request by a circuit asking for the processor's attention If acknowledged, the processor will temporarily stop what it was doing and interact with the circuit that generated the interrupt
interrupt
On IBM PC and compatible computers A signal that a device sends to the computer when the device is ready to accept or send information See interupt request (IRQ)
interrupt
{i} signal sent to the processor which tells the processor to deal with a certain event (Computers)
interrupt
An event that causes program execution to be suspended temporarily to allow the processor to handle a more urgent chore
interrupt
This is a signal on which the processor stops execution of the current command sequence and transfers control to the program-handler of the interrupt The address of the program-handler is calculated by the interrupt vector table An interrupt may be initialized either by user programs, while working with disks, screen, printer etc (program interrupts), or by hardware: keyboard, timer (hardware interrupts)
interrupt
If someone or something interrupts a process or activity, they stop it for a period of time. He has rightly interrupted his holiday in Spain to return to London + interruption in·ter·rup·tion interruptions in the supply of food and fuel = disruption
interrupt
terminate; "She interrupted her pregnancy"; "break a lucky streak"; "break the cycle of poverty"
interrupt
A temporary suspension of a process caused by an external event, performed in such a way that the process can be resumed
interrupting

    Turkish pronunciation

    întırʌptîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˌəntərˈəptəɴɢ/ /ˌɪntɜrˈʌptɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ "in-t&-'r&pt ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin interruptus, past participle of interrumpere, from inter- + rumpere to break; more at REAVE.

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