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English - Turkish

Benim bir zarfa, bir parça kağıda ve kurşun kaleme ya da bir dolma kaleme ihtiyacım var. - I need an envelope, a piece of paper, and a pencil or a pen.

Zarfa bir pul yapıştırmayı unuttum. - I forgot to attach a stamp to the envelope.

mektup zarfı
(Tıp) Sarmak, örtmek, etrafını çevirmek
dış kabuk
{f} zarfla

Bütün bu zarfların üstüne pul yapıştırmam gerekiyor. - I need to put stamps on all these envelopes.

Bazı zarflar istiyorum. - I would like some envelopes.

{i} torba [(Anatomi) ]
{f} kapla
(Askeri) ZARF: Bir balonun dış tarafı. Bu terimi kuşatmak anlamına gelen "envelop" ile karıştırmamalıdır
(Tıp) Herhangi bir şeyi dıştan saran oluşum, zar örtü

Zarfın üstüne yanlış adres yazdım. - I wrote the wrong address on the envelope.

Ben zarfı açtım ve bir mektup çıkardım. - I opened the envelope and pulled out a letter.

English - English
A paper or cardboard wrapper used to enclose small, flat items, especially letters, for mailing
A bag containing the lifting gas of a balloon or airship; fabric that encloses the gas-bags of an airship
The shape of a sound, which may be controlled by a synthesizer or sampler
Something that envelops; a wrapping
{n} a wrapper, fold, outward case, work
any wrapper or covering
A work of earth, in the form of a single parapet or of a small rampart
the cover or wrapper of a document, as of a letter
1) Jargon for Lamp 2) The glass tube part of the lamp, containing the filament
1 Of a variable, a curve which bounds the values which the variable can assume, but does not consider possible simultaneous occurrences or correlations between different values
That which envelops, wraps up, encases, or surrounds; a wrapper; an inclosing cover; esp
A curve that follows some characteristic of a sound For example, an amplitude envelope is a curve that follows the contour of a sound's amplitude
the maximum operating capability of a system; "test pilots try to push the envelope"
element of a SOAP message, it wraps all the other elements of the SOAP message The Envelope element is mandatory and must appear first in a SOAP message document The Envelope specifies the version of the message, and it identifies the encoding rules that are used, if any
A curve which touches every member of a family of curves or lines For example the axes are the envelope of the system of circles (x-a)2 + (y-a)2 = a2
Usually refers to a graph of the airspeed and altitude of safe operation of a system The area within the chart is the safe zone, and the area 'outside the envelope' is the dangerous area When testing a system to verify the safe expansion of the envelop to a new area it is refered to as 'pushing the envelope'
(n ) A file the sendmail program creates when it parses email addresses The file contains information about how to deliver the message
Thus, any curve is the envelope of its tangents
the outer covering of a virus The HIV envelope contains spikes and is composed of 2 protein subunits -- gp120 and gp41 -- encoded by the env gene The glycoprotein gp120 attaches itself to the CD4 surface protein, allowing HIV to infect certain cells
A poetic device in which a line, phrase, or stanza is repeated so as to enclose other material, as in Dryden's What passion cannot Music raise and quell! When Jubal struck the corded shell, His listening brethren stood around, And, wondering, on their faces fell To worship that celestial sound Less than a god they thought there could not dwell Within the hollow of that shell That spoke so sweetly and so well What passion cannot Music raise and quell! Sidelight: The rhyme scheme abba in a quatrain is termed an envelope rhyme since the rhymes of the first and last lines enclose the other lines (Compare Chain Verse, Rondeau)
Information about a mail message that is not in the header This information is used by MTAs* to determine where mail must go, and if not deliverable, where it is to be returned This information is typically transferred with commands of the SMTP* protocol
A part of message which has information of sender and recipient Fundamentally, it is information used by MTA for delivery and it is different from main body of the mail (contents) which MUA sends It is invisible or can be seen partly in the following headers as its traces: Sender in `Return-Path: ' field Recipient of envelope at that time which follows after optional "for" of `Received: ' field It is possible that names of sender and recipient of envelope are renamed to others by the procedure of alias or mailing-list (It is information exchanged by MAIL/RCPT command in SMTP and exchanged by protocol in X 400 )
The changes of a tone, e g , attack, sustain, decay, release
How a sound is controlled Some envelopes are graphical and have various nodes, or joints, that have lines drawn between them to show how that aspect of the sound will behave Some other envelopes are ADSR types This stands for Attack (how quickly the sound approaches), Decay (how quickly the sound fades out), Sustain (how long the note is held before it falls) and Release (how quickly the sound is released when it stops)
A paper or cardboard wrapper used to enclose and small, flat items, especially letters, for mailing
The dynamic shape of a sound over time, commonly characterized by its attack, decay, sustain, and release
the bag containing the gas in a balloon
The fabric that keeps gas inside a balloon or airship As a balloon rises, the air pressure surrounding the envelope lessens, and so the gas trapped inside tends to expand Unless this pressure is released through a valve, the envelope will tear Press 'Back' to return
A device that changes a basic setting by the desired amount at specified time intervals Envelopes are commonly used to alter basic waveform pitch settings, as well as basic TVF and TVA settings
the gas bag of a pressure or semi-rigid airship Unlike a rigid airship gas cell, an envelope forms an external barrier to the elements, and when pressurized, serves an integral role in maintaining the airship's shape It also has fittings for attaching the fins, control car and other structural components The envelope is usually made of a high-strength fabric combined with a sufficiently impermeable barrier coating or film to minimize loss of the buoyant gas it contains Formerly made of rubberized cotton, envelopes nowadays are constructed mainly of synthetic materials with their seams cemented, glued or sealed
the icon that you click on to send your comment via email It will appear if you click on the envelope on the toolbar
The part of an e-mail message that contains the information needed to forward a message to the recipients The envelope is important to messaging servers and is not usually seen by users
A curve that bounds another curve or set of curves, as the modulation envelope of an amplitude-modulated carrier wave in electronics
a natural covering (as by a fluid); "the spacecraft detected an envelope of gas around the comet"
any wrapper or covering a flat rectangular paper container for papers the bag containing the gas in a balloon the maximum operating capability of a system; "test pilots try to push the envelope"
A shape that changes as a function of time The shape of a synthesizer's envelope is controlled by a set of rate (or time) and level parameters The envelope is a control signal that can be applied to various aspects of a synth sound, such as pitch, filter cutoff frequency, and overall amplitude Usually, each note has its own envelope(s)
An envelope is the rectangular paper cover in which you send a letter to someone through the post
The characteristic change in amplitude throughout time which all sounds possess The envelope of a sound has a number of features: whether it sustains like a bowed violin string; whether it decays like a plucked violin string or a single strike of a drum; and how quickly the sound reaches its fullest intensity - how the sound "attacks" While the envelope of any specific sound has specific characteristics determined by the way the sound was generated, it should be realised that real sounds occur in real situations and the envelope of a sound will change according to the environment it occupies A clave in a cave may appear (what is the sonic equivalent of the eye-based "appear"?) to have a longer envelope than when it is played in the open air
A curve or surface which is tangent to each member of a system of curves or surfaces, the form and position of the members of the system being allowed to vary according to some continuous law
The information used for routing an email that is transmitted with the email but not part of its contents
If someone pushes the envelope, they do something to a greater degree or in a more extreme way than it has ever been done before. There's a valuable place for fashion and design that pushes the envelope a bit
a flat rectangular paper container for papers
The outermost layers of a cell or the membrane of a virus
A continuous seal for preventing bitumen from leaking down into or off a building Is constructed by extending the base sheet or other non-porous ply of felt beyond the edge of the field plies It is then turned back onto the top of the system and adhered See also Bitumen-Stop
a curve that is tangent to each of a family of curves
An enclosing structure or cover, such as a membrane
outer surface of a virus, also called the coat Not all viruses have an envelope (See also virus; env )
A mathematical curve, surface, or higher-dimensional object that is the tangent to a given family of lines, curves, surfaces, or higher-dimensional objects
A bag containing the lifting gas of a balloon or airship
{i} paper wrapper in which letters are sealed and sent
It is sometimes raised in the ditch and sometimes beyond it
The nebulous covering of the head or nucleus of a comet; called also coma
The set of limitations within which a technological system can perform safely and effectively
to envelope


    to en·ve·lope

    Turkish pronunciation

    tı envılōp


    /tə ˈenvəˌlōp/ /tə ˈɛnvəˌloʊp/


    ... and say success is in the envelope of outcomes. ...

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