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English - Turkish
{f} coşmak

O bütün fakir insanların bacalarını düşürür ve çorapları taşmasına doldurur. - He tumbles down all the poor people's chimneys, and fills up the stockings to overflowing.

(Askeri) aşmak
(Biyokimya) aşırı akış
{f} taş

Modern toplum her türlü bilgi ile dolup taşıyor. - Modern society is overflowing with all sorts of information.

Bu nehir bazen çözülme sonrası taşar. - This river sometimes overflows after the thaw.

-in dışına taşmak
Sel, taşkın
{f} dolup taşmak
taşkın şey
{i} taşma borusu
{i} sığmama
çok bol şey
{f} dışına taşmak
{f} su basmak
{i} fazlalık
taşma,v.taş: n.taşma
{f} azıtmak
(Tıp) Ter, idrar, v.s.'nin durmadan akması
{f} azmak
{f} çok bol olmak

O bütün fakir insanların bacalarını düşürür ve çorapları taşmasına doldurur. - He tumbles down all the poor people's chimneys, and fills up the stockings to overflowing.

overflow area
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) taşma alanı
overflow check
(Bilgisayar) taşma denetimi
overflow check
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) taşma gözetimi
overflow error
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) taşma hatası
overflow handling
(Bilgisayar) taşma göstergesi
overflow pipe
(Askeri,Teknik) taşıntı borusu
overflow traffic
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) taşan trafik
overflow valve
taşma valfi
overflow pipe
taşma borusu
overflow dam
üstten savakli baraj
overflow area
tasma alani
overflow check
tasma gozetimi
overflow cold
(Tekstil) soğuk taşar yıkama
overflow dam
üstten savaklı baraj
overflow depth
(Çevre) aşma derinliği
overflow error
tasma hatasi
overflow guard
taşırma muhafazası
overflow handling
taşma denetimi
overflow height
taşma yüksekliği
overflow hose
(Otomotiv) taşırma hortumu
overflow indicator
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) taşma göstericisi
overflow indicator
taşma göstergesi
overflow meeting
içeri sığmayanların başka yerde toplanması
overflow method
taşma metodu
overflow oil line connection
(Otomotiv) geri dönüş rakoru
overflow punct
(Bilgisayar) fazla noktalama işareti
overflow screw
(Otomotiv) taşma vidası
overflow sill
savak eşiği
overflow spillway
artık su savağı
overflow standpipe
taşma borusu
overflow structure
boşaltım gözü
overflow structure
taşma yapısı
overflow switch
aşırı yük şalteri
overflow traffic
tasan trafik
overflow tube
taşma borusu
overflow water
taşımlı suyu
overflow weir
(Askeri) taşma bendi
buffer overflow
(Bilgisayar) arabellek aşımı
buffer overflow
(Bilgisayar) arabellek taşkını
(Askeri) aşma
stack overflow
(Bilgisayar) yığın doldu
characteristic overflow
karakteristik taşması
log overflow file
günlük kütüğü
{f} taş

O bütün fakir insanların bacalarını düşürür ve çorapları taşmasına doldurur. - He tumbles down all the poor people's chimneys, and fills up the stockings to overflowing.

Stadyum, insanlarla taşıyordu. - The stadium was overflowing with people.

pek bol
cordic overflow
işlem sırasında hafızanın aşırı yüklenmesi
emergency overflow
Tehlike hali aşırı akış
stack overflow
yığın taşması
storm-water overflow structure
yağmur suyu taşma yapı
(isim) Taşkın
causing to overflow
collector overflow pipe
akıntı borusu
lateral overflow drain
(Telekom) yanal taşma kanalı

O tam olarak coşku nedeniyle taşan biri değildi. - He wasn't exactly overflowing with enthusiasm.

su basma
page overflow
sayfa tasmasi
prefix overflow
(Bilgisayar) ön ek taşması
English - English
To exceed the available numeric range

Calculating 255+1 will overflow an eight-bit byte.

To fill beyond the limits of a container or system
The spillage resultant from overflow; excess
{v} to run over, deluge, be too full
{n} an inundation, deluge, exuberance
If a liquid or a river overflows, it flows over the edges of the container or place it is in. Pour in some of the syrup, but not all of it, as it will probably overflow Rivers and streams have overflowed their banks in countless places
Suppose programmers allowed for 1mb of memory for a particular process If that process produced more than 1 mb of data then an overflow would occur Overflow is the name given to the situation where a process creates too much data than can be stored in the memory set aside for its processing
If a place or container is filled to overflowing, it is so full of people or things that no more can fit in. The kitchen garden was full to overflowing with fresh vegetables
To run over the bounds
Articles to be shipped that are left behind due to insufficient space on a van, to be loaded on a second van for transportation and delivery
{i} spillage; abundance, plenitude; surplus, extra; malfunction in which a program tries to store data when there is no free space in the memory (Computers)
When an object's contents cannot fit on the current logical page In the event of overflow, some of the contents are moved to the next logical page
The overflow is the extra people or things that something cannot contain or deal with because it is not large enough. Tents have been set up next to hospitals to handle the overflow
a large flow
(1) Switching equipment which operates when the traffic load exceeds the capacity of the regular equipment (2) Traffic which is handled on overflow equipment (3) Traffic which exceeds switching capacity and is lost (4) The carry digit in a digital computer (5) Intermediate message storage which serves as an extension of in-transit storage to preclude system saturation; an example, magnetic tape
1 Excess water that spills over the ordinary confines of a body of water 2 A current exiting across the sill of a basin
the occurrence of surplus liquid (as water) exceeding the limit or capacity
To compute a number outside the range of a register which is holding it
Calls that flow from one group or site to another More specifically, Intraflow happens when calls flow between agent groups and Interflow is when calls flow out of the ACD to another site
overflow with a certain feeling; "The children bubbled over with joy"; "My boss was bubbling over with anger"
When the links with another carrier are congested or when a technical problem disrupts the flow of traffic, it gets routed via a third party carrier
To be superabundant; to abound
An exception condition caused by passing a floating-point value that is larger than the highest valid floating-point value See max_float for additional information
An outlet for the escape of surplus liquid
A condition that occurs when a portion of the result of an operation exceeds the capacity of the intended unit of storage
(1) Overflow is switching equipment which operates when the traffic load exceeds the capacity of the regular equipment (2) Overflow is anything that exceeds the holding capacity of a unit (e g buffer)
(1) To flow or run over the top, brim, or banks (2) To be filled beyond capacity, as a container or a waterway
If a place or container is overflowing with people or things, it is too full of them. The great hall was overflowing with people Jails and temporary detention camps are overflowing
The process of dialing additional bandwidth to accommodate peak traffic loads, and reducing the total bandwidth during times of reduced traffic loads
To flow over; to cover woth, or as with, water or other fluid; to spread over; to inundate; to overwhelm
Articles that are left behind due to insufficient space on a van, to be loaded on a second van for transportation and delivery
A flowing over, as of water or other fluid; an inundation
To flow over the brim of; to fill more than full
That portion of an operation's result that exceeds the capacity of the intended unit of storage
An error condition occurring when an arithmetic operation yields a result that is larger than the maximum value in the range of a data type
{f} spill over, be filled to the point of flowing over; fill to the point of running over
A sum or difference that lies outside the normal range of the accumulator In 2’s-complement representation, a carry into the sign-bit position, which results in an error For an 8-bit adder-subtracter, the true sum must lie between -128 and +127 to avoid overflow
flow or run over (a limit or brim)
Insufficient space on the moving van may result in some of your belongings being left behind for the next truck headed to your area The items left behind for the next truck should be the least essential items If there is a possibility of not getting all of your goods on the truck be sure to leave the nonessentials for the last to load
An outlet positioned in a tub or sink to allow water to escape in case a faucet is left on
A condition in which a program tries to put more data in a memory area than the area can accommodate, resulting in an error message
Portion of a shipment which cannot be loaded on one van or into a container due to lack of available space Another van(s) is assigned to load overflow portions
Water on the surface of a creek or lake Overflow is the result of ice getting too heavy, causing it to sink below the surface of the lake, or the ice freezing deep enough that water must flow on top to get through
the occurrence of surplus liquid (as water) exceeding the limit or capacity flow or run over (a limit or brim)
Overflow, or clipping, happens when a waveform exceeds the maximum signal level In SFX Machine, the mix (or average) of the outputs on a given channel will clip if it exceeds 100% (0 dB) Excessive amounts of modulation, excessive output levels, and filtering with high Q values can lead to overflow
That which flows over; a superfluous portion; a superabundance
An error condition occurring in a computer when a mathematical operation produces a result having a magnitude that exceeds the capacity of the computer's arithmetic register
happens when articles to be shipped are left behind due to insufficient space on the primary van A second van is then utilized for transportation and delivery
An overflow is a hole or pipe through which liquid can flow out of a container when it gets too full
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overflow hole
The hole in a sink that prevents it overflowing by diverting excess water to the drain
overflow holes
plural form of overflow hole
overflow pool
A type of swimming pool
overflow error
mathematical operation that causes an error because the result is larger than the memory buffer
overflow incontinence
urinary incontinence that occurs when the bladder is so full that it continually leaks urine; often attributable to a blocked urethra e
overflow incontinence
due to prostate enlargement or weak bladder muscles or nerve damage
overflow location
(Ticaret) An inventory stock location, often assigned on a random basis, used when the primary or dedicated location is not able to handle seasonal or other temporary requirements
buffer overflow
The event when the amount of data sought to be added to a buffer exceeds the size of the buffer; generally resulting in a catastrophic error if this case has not been anticipated
{n} copiousness, a very great plenty
stack overflow
(Bilgisayar) In software, a stack overflow occurs when too much memory is used on the call stack. The call stack contains a limited amount of memory, often determined at the start of the program. The size of the call stack depends on many factors, including the programming language, machine architecture, multi-threading, and amount of available memory. When a program attempts to use more space than is available on the call stack (that is, when it attempts to access memory beyond the call stack's bounds, which is essentially a buffer overflow), the stack is said to overflow, typically resulting in a program crash
surface overflow rate
(Mühendislik) The surface loading rate is a hydraulic loading factor expressed in terms of flow per surface area. This factor is also referred to as the “surface settling rate” or “surface overflow rate.”
To overflow
To overflow
To overflow
To overflow
past of overflow
present participle of overflow
covered with water; "the main deck was afloat (or awash)"; "the monsoon left the whole place awash"; "a flooded bathroom"; "inundated farmlands"; "an overflowing tub"
An overflow; that which overflows; exuberance; copiousness
overfull with water; "swollen rivers and creeks"
third-person singular of overflow
plural of overflow