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English - Turkish
(deyim) tamamen
adamakıllı
tam anlamıyla
sapına kadar
backbone
omurga

Omurgasızların hiçbir omurgası veya bel kemiği yoktur. - Invertebrates have no backbone or spinal column.

backbone
belkemiği
backbone
{i} (Anatomi) omurga, belkemiği
backbone
en önemli destek
backbone
Omurga. Bilgisayar ağlarındaki , çok yuksek kapasiteli hat ya da seri bağlantı yollarına verilen ad. Omurgalar şehirleri , ülkeleri ya da kıtaları internet üzerinde birbirine bağlar
backbone
(Gıda) bel kemiği

Omurgasızların hiçbir omurgası veya bel kemiği yoktur. - Invertebrates have no backbone or spinal column.

backbone
yürek gücü
backbone
maneviyat
backbone
sulp
backbone
sağlam karakter
backbone
esas
backbone
özül
backbone
en büyük destek
backbone
görünüm veya görev itibariyle belkemiğine benzeyen herhangi bir
backbone
temel
backbone
karakter kuvveti
backbone
{i} karakter gücü
backbone
direk
backbone
metanet
backbone
(Tıp) Omurga, belkemiği, amudufikari
backbone
sağlamlık/belkemik
backbone
şey
English - English

Definition of to the backbone in English English dictionary

backbone
The series of vertebrae, separated by disks, that encloses and protects the spinal cord, and runs down the middle of the back in vertebrate animals
backbone
{n} the bone in the middle of the back
The backbone
ridgebone
backbone
The column of bones in the back which sustains and gives firmness to the frame; the spine; the vertebral or spinal column
backbone
{i} spine; bone marrow; strength of character, determination; physical infrastructure of the Internet (Computers)
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that forms a major pathway within a network However, it's a relative term since a backbone in a small network will likely be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network
backbone
Each Internet Service Provider has major high-speed lines or a series of connections that forms their network infrastructure These connections could be viewed as motorways for Internet traffic with junctions where traffic can join the rest of the network The size (bandwidth) of connections vary depending on the size of the provider See Also: Network, Bandwidth Go to top
backbone
a central cohesive source of support and stability; "faith is his anchor"; "the keystone of campaign reform was the ban on soft money"; "he is the linchpin of this firm"
backbone
the part of a network that connects other networks together; "the backbone is the part of a communication network that carries the heaviest traffic" fortitude and determination; "he didn't have the guts to try it
backbone
A major connection within the network of computers that make up the Internet
backbone
Anything like, or serving the purpose of, a backbone
backbone
fortitude and determination; "he didn't have the guts to try it"
backbone
Your backbone is the column of small linked bones down the middle of your back. = spine
backbone
fortitude and determination; "he didn't have the guts to try it
backbone
the series of vertebrae forming the axis of the skeleton and protecting the spinal cord; "the fall broke his back"
backbone
A high-speed line, or series of connections, that forms a major pathway within a network This term is relative, as a backbone in a small network may be much smaller than non-backbone lines in a large network See Also: Network
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that form a major pathway within a network The term is relative as a backbone in a small network will likely be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network A high-speed line or series of connections that forms a major pathway within a network
backbone
a fairly nebulous term for a part of the network that interconnects other parts of the network For example, a campus might have an FDDI ring that interconnects a number of Ethernets The FDDI ring could be called the network's backbone
backbone
Firmness; moral principle; steadfastness
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that forms a large pathway within a network The term is relative to the size of network it is serving A backbone in a small network would probably be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network
backbone
The part of a network used as the primary path for transporting traffic between network segments (2) A high-speed line - or series of connections - that forms a major pathway within a network
backbone
A trunk cable used to tie sections of a network together The backbone is often 10base5, fiber optic (FDDI), or 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet It manages the bulk of the network traffic and it may connect several different locations or buildings
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that forms a major pathway within a network The term is relative as a backbone in a small network will likely be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network See also: Network
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that forms a major pathway within a network This term is relative since a backbone in a small network will likely be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network
backbone
any fundamental support, structure, or infrastructure
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that forms a major pathway within a network The term is relative since a backbone in a small network will likely be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network See also: Network
backbone
A high-speed transmission line or series of connections that form a major pathway within a computer network The backbone carries data from smaller lines that interconnect with it The term is relative -- a backbone in a small network will probably be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network
backbone
Portion of the communications network with the heaviest most traffic Backbones are the main avenues for LAN-to-LAN connections
backbone
A networking term used to describe a central, high-speed network At KSU, the backbone is based on fiber optic cable run in the steam tunnels Sometimes called a WAN, all the LAN's on campus are connected to it Thus, with th proper passwords and authentication, a person anywhere on the campus can access networks anywhere else on the campus The Internet also has a backbone that is composed of a variety of high-speed landlines, satelites, etc
backbone
courage, fortitude, or strength
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that forms a major pathway within a network The term is relative, as a backbone in a small network will likely be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network See Also: Network
backbone
A central high speed network that connects smaller, independent networks the NSFnet is an example The connections between the primary computers in a network Stub networks branch off the backbone
backbone
The backbone of an organization or system is the part of it that gives it its main strength. The small business people of Britain are the economic backbone of the nation
backbone
the part of a network that connects other networks together; "the backbone is the part of a communication network that carries the heaviest traffic"
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that forms a major pathway within a network
backbone
set of bones which connected make up the spine and spinal column and run down the middle of the back in vertebrate animals
backbone
A high-speed line or series of connections that form a major pathway within a network The term is relative, since a backbone in a small network will likely be much smaller than many non-backbone lines in a large network
backbone
A term that is often used to describe the main network connections that comprise the Internet or other major network
to the backbone

    Hyphenation

    to the back·bone

    Turkish pronunciation

    tı dhi bäkbōn

    Pronunciation

    /tə ᴛʜē ˈbakˌbōn/ /tə ðiː ˈbækˌboʊn/

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