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{i} yeniden yapılanma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yeniden kurgulama
yeniden inşa edilen şey
yeniden oluşturma
(Arkeoloji,Mimarlık) canlandırım
(İnşaat) restorasyon
(Dilbilim) yeni kurum
(Ticaret) yeniden yapım
yeniden inşa etme
yeniden yapma
(Ticaret) kalkındırma
(Sinema) yeniden kuruş
yeniden inşa
(Tıp, İlaç) Yeniden oluşturma, sakatlık gösteren bir organa yeniden normal şekil ve durumunu kazandırma
(Tıp, İlaç) Estetik ameliyat
{i} tekrar inşa
{i} kalkınma
{i} yeniden kurma
tekrar kurma
reconstruction area
kalkınmada öncelikli alan
reconstruction area
imar sahası
reconstruction expenses
yeniden inşa masrafları
reconstruction permit
imar izni
reconstruction theory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yeniden kurgulama teorisi
yeniden düzenlemek
yeniden inşa etmek

Japonya, ekonomisini yeniden inşa etmek zorunda. - Japan has to reconstruct its economy.

destruction and reconstruction
yok etme ve tekrar inşa
yeniden yapmak
(İnşaat) restore etmek
Ministry of Reconstruction and Housing
imar ve iskan Bakanlığı
yeniden kurmak
yeniden inşa et

Afganların, ekonomilerini geliştirmek ve uluslarını yeniden inşa etmelerine yardımcı olmak için desteğimize ihtiyaçları var. - Afghans need our support to develop their economy and to help them reconstruct their nation.

Japonya, ekonomisini yeniden inşa etmek zorunda. - Japan has to reconstruct its economy.

su yüzüne çıkarmak
bulgulardan sonuç çıkarmak
facial reconstruction
Suçluların tespiti için şüphelinin baş kısmının heykel başı yaparcasına oluşturulması işlemi
image reconstruction
görüntü oluşturma
code reconstruction
(Askeri) KOD ÇÖZME: Bir kod kitabının kripto analiz ile çözülmesi
dispersal, aircraft recovery and reconstruction
(Askeri) DAĞILMA, UÇAK KURTARMA VE YENİDEN TEŞKİLATLANMA (HV.): Halen Hava Kuvvetleri-ihtiyatı kurtarma grup ve filolarına verilmiş üç görev sahası. (Evvelce buna "Air Reserve Recovery Program" denirdi. )
european bank of reconstruction and development
(Avrupa Birliği) (EBRD) Avrupa İmar ve Kalkınma Bankası
facial reconstruction
yüz maskı
kalıntılarından eski halini anlamak
yeniden yapmak veya tertip etmek
geçmiş bir olayın ayrıntılarına inerek parça parça incelemek
{f} bozup yapmak
{f} imar etmek
{f} kalıntılarından eski durumunu anlamaya çalışmak
{f} kalkındırmak
{f} yeni baştan yapmak
tekrar kur
tekrar inşa etmek
signal reconstruction
sinyalin gericatilmasi
English - English
A period of the history of the United States from 1863 to 1877, during which the nation resolve the status of the ex-Confederate states, the ex-Confederate leaders, and the Freedmen (ex slaves) after the U.S. Civil War
The act of restoring something to an earlier state

The reconstruction of the medieval bridge began last year.

An attempt to understand in detail how certain events took place or happened

The detective's reconstruction of what happened that night is dubious.

A thing that has been reconstructed or restored to an earlier state
{i} (U.S. History) post-Civil War process of reaccepting of Confederate states into the Union; (1865-1877) period during which Confederate states were reaccepted into the Union
A period of United States history, from approximately 1865 to 1877, during which the nation attempted to resolve issues resulting from the U.S. Civil War
The reconstruction of a building, structure, or road is the activity of building it again, because it has been damaged. Work began on the reconstruction of the road
Period after the Civil War when southern states were subject to a federal military presence
This is returning a place as nearly as possible to a known earlier state and is distinguished by the introduction of material (new or old) into the fabric (BURRA)
The reconstruction of a crime or event is when people try to understand or show exactly what happened, often by acting it out. Mrs Kerr was too upset to take part in a reconstruction of her ordeal. the period of American history after the Civil War when the southern states, under government and military control, rejoined the US. Slavery was ended, black people were given the right to vote, and a few universities were established for black people. Many white southerners strongly opposed these measures and some formed the Ku Klux Klan (1865-77). (1865-77) Period after the American Civil War in which attempts were made to solve the political, social, and economic problems arising from the readmission to the Union of the 11 Confederate states that had seceded at or before the outbreak of war. Pres. Abraham Lincoln planned to readmit states in which at least 10% of the voters had pledged loyalty to the Union. This lenient approach was opposed by the Radical Republicans, who favoured the harsher measures passed in the Wade-Davis Bill. Pres. Andrew Johnson continued Lincoln's moderate policies, but enactment in the South of the black codes and demand in the North for stricter legislation resulted in victories for Radical Republicans in the congressional elections of 1866. Congress then passed the Reconstruction Acts of 1867, which established military districts in the South and required the Southern states to accept the 14th and 15th Amendments to the Constitution. Southern resentment of the imposed state governments, which included Republicans, carpetbaggers, and scalawags, and of the activities of the Freedmen's Bureau led to the formation of terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and the Knights of the White Camelia. By the 1870s conservative Democrats again controlled most state governments in the South. Though Reconstruction has been seen as a period of corruption, many constructive legal and educational reforms were introduced. The Reconstruction era led to an increase in sectional bitterness, dissension regarding the rights of blacks, and the development of one-party politics in the South
Surgical rebuilding of a joint using natural, artificial or transplanted materials
Reconstruction is the process of making a country normal again after a war, for example by making the economy stronger and by replacing buildings that have been damaged. America's part in the post-war reconstruction of Germany
The rebuilding, on the same lot, of housing standing on a site at the time of project commitment (see definition of "commitment" above) The number of housing units on the lot may not be changed as part of the reconstruction project, but the number of rooms per unit may change Reconstruction also includes replacing an existing substandard unit of manufactured housing with a new or standard unit of manufactured housing
A crystal consists of a regular array of atoms, and the simplest model of a crystal surface would be generated by simply discarding all atoms to one side of a surface without changing the positions of the rest In reality, however, the positions of the remaining atoms do change A pattern of displacements that lowers the symmetry of the surface (relative to the ideally terminated crystal) is termed a surface reconstruction; some reconstructions alter the pattern of bonds
Reconstruction of the existing roadway to a minimum road standard adopted for the area
Rebuilding the southern states after the Civil War
{i} process of rebuilding, process of erecting again; recreation, process of remaking
the activity of constructing something again recall that is hypothesized to work by storing abstract features which are then used to construct the memory during recall an interpretation formed by piecing together bits of evidence the period after the Civil War in the United States when the southern states were reorganized and reintegrated into the Union; 1865-1877
Rebuilding and replacing destroyed structures and utilities to approximate the predisaster condition
an interpretation formed by piecing together bits of evidence
the act or process of reproducing by new construction the exact form and detail of a vanished building, structure, or object, or part thereof, as it appeared at a specific period of time
Period from 1865-1877, Confederate states were rebuilt and brought back in the Union
Surgical rebuilding of a joint using natural, artificialor transplanted materials
Rebuilding of a body part or joint
The reorganization of a local congregation by the lead congregation in the ICC, much as a large corporation is reorganized after a period of slow growth to improve efficiency In the ICC this involves replacing the entire leadership of the local congregation with a leadership team chosen by the ICC leaders -- reconstructed congregations get a new evangelist, new elders, and new staff, including women's counselors The old leaders are often sent to a congregation in a different city or brought to the lead congregation for retraining if they want to remain in leadership
Activity whose goal is to add some higher level information to the raw data acquired from a detector or a simulation It is used to support the analysis It can be part of the on-line data reduction The reconstruction is usually obtained by establishing some groups of correlated digis (pattern recognition), and by evaluating the characteristics of this groups The first reconstructed objects are the clusters The final reconstructed objects are the particles
recall that is hypothesized to work by storing abstract features which are then used to construct the memory during recall
The act of constructing again; the state of being reconstructed
Is the re-creation of an object, building or structure that no longer exists, on the basis of archaeological,literary and historical evidence (i e old photographs, diaries) Often raises concerns about accuracy as certain elements are often based on conjecture when no evidence can be found
An attempt to understand in detail how certain events took place
the period after the Civil War in the United States when the southern states were reorganized and reintegrated into the Union; 1865-1877
Tendency to fill in the gaps in our memory and often believe these represent true memories
The act or process of reorganizing the governments of the States which had passed ordinances of secession, and of reëstablishing their constitutional relations to the national government, after the close of the Civil War
The process of recovering a continuous function from a set of samples Used in this thesis interchangeably with interpolation
One of several historic preservation treatments, reconstruction involves the recreation of a building or feature which has been demolished or destroyed, based upon documentation or research The product resembles its historic predecessor, but is not historic
the activity of constructing something again
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
U.S. government agency established (1932) to provide loans to railroads, banks, and businesses. The RFC was an attempt by Pres. Herbert Hoover to counter the early effects of the Great Depression by rescuing institutions from default. It was widely used by Pres. Franklin Roosevelt in the New Deal and to finance defense plants in World War II. After the war, the RFC's powers and functions were gradually transferred to other agencies
reconstruction area
area that is being restored, area where reconstruction is going on
To construct again; to restore
to rebuild
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
World Bank, organization that promotes development in third world nations (by loaning money, promoting foreign investment, etc.)
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Main component organization of the World Bank. The IBRD lends money to middle-income and creditworthy poorer countries. Most of its funds come from sales of bonds in international capital markets. More than 180 countries are members of the IBRD. Each member's voting power is linked to its capital subscription; the U.S., with some one-sixth of the shares in the IBRD, has veto power over any proposed changes to the bank. See also International Monetary Fund; United Nations Development Programme
data storage reconstruction
rebuilding of information that has been erased from a computer's memory
international bank for reconstruction and development
a United Nations agency created to assist developing nations by loans guaranteed by member governments
If you reconstruct an event that happened in the past, you try to get a complete understanding of it by combining a lot of small pieces of information. He began to reconstruct the events of 21 December 1988, when flight 103 disappeared Elaborate efforts were made to reconstruct what had happened
build again; "The house was rebuild after it was hit by a bomb"
reassemble mentally; "reconstruct the events of 20 years ago"
To reconstruct a system or policy means to change it so that it works in a different way. She actually wanted to reconstruct the state and transform society
A term used to describe a road project where the roadway is taken down to its base whereby necessary repairs can be made
return to its original or usable and functioning condition; "restore the forest to its original pristine condition"
If you reconstruct something that has been destroyed or badly damaged, you build it and make it work again. The government must reconstruct the shattered economy Although this part of Normandy was badly bombed during the war it has been completely reconstructed. = rebuild
{f} rebuild, construct again, recreate, make again
To construct again; to rebuild; to remodel; to form again or anew
cause somebody to adapt or reform socially or politically
do over, as of (part of) a house; "We are remodeling these rooms"
cause somebody to adapt or reform socially or politically reassemble mentally; "reconstruct the events of 20 years ago
plural of reconstruction



    Turkish pronunciation



    /ˌrēkənˈstrəksʜən/ /ˌriːkənˈstrʌkʃən/