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English - Turkish
{i} jeton

Bana beş jeton ver,lütfen. - Give me five tokens, please.

{i} işaret
{i} simge

Tom ona duyduğu ölümsüz aşkın bir simgesi olarak Mary'ye bir sonsuzluk yüzüğü satın aldı. - Tom bought an eternity ring for Mary, as a token of his undying love for her.

{s} sahte
{s} yanıltıcı
(Dilbilim) türce
(Bilgisayar) belirteç
{i} oyun fişi
(Bilgisayar) dizgecik

Minnettarlık göstergesi olarak bana bu bebeği verdi. - He gave me this doll in token of his gratitude.

Bunu size minnettarlığımızın göstergesi olarak vermek isteriz. - We'd like to give this to you as a token of our appreciation.


Takdirimizin bir belirtisi olarak işte senin için bir hediye. - Here is a present for you in token of our appreciation.

(Bilgisayar) Bir programlama dilinde anlam taşıyan en küçük birim
veri transferi yapabilmek için kullanılan küçük yapılar
işaret etmek
{i} bir şeyin satın alınmasında para yerine geçen belge: gift token hediye
sembolü olmak
{i} hatıra
by the same token aynı sebeple
{s} itibari
{i} madeni para
{i} hediye çeki
in token of belirtisi olara
para yerine geçen sikke veya kâgıt
{s} nominal
{i} yadigâr
token money itibari para
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token
token money
(Ticaret) itibarı para
token passing
andaç geçirme
token ring
andaçlı halka
token strike
(Ticaret) ikaz grevi
token file
alıntı dosyası
token money
itibarlı para
token money
itibari para
token raid
sahte baskın
token strike
uyarı grevi
token bus
andacli veriyolu
token economy
töken ekonomi
token of
token of my affection
duygularımın bir ifadesi
token ring network
simgeli halka ağı
token bus
andaçlı veriyolu
token economy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token ekonomisi
token file
Simge Kütüğü
token identity theory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token özdeşliği teorisi
token money
(isim)minal değeri madeninden fazla olan para
token money
nominal değeri madeninden fazla olan para
token object
Jeton Nesnesi
token passing
andac gecirme
token payment
borcun tanındığına işaret olarak ödenen para
token reinforcement
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token pekiştirme
token reward
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token ödülü
token ring adapter
simgeli halka bağdaştırıcısı
token ring interface coupler
simgeli halka arabirimi bağlayıcısı
token wealth
itibari servet
access token
(Bilgisayar) erişim dizgeciği
as a token of
işareti olarak
link token
(Bilgisayar) bağlantı simgesi
more by token
munzam delil olarak
specific token
(Bilgisayar) özel belirteç
device token
aygıt simgesi
gift token
hediye kuponu
as a token
bir belirteç
book token
kitap töken
by that token
Aynı nedenle, aynı sebepten ötürü
by the same token
Aynı nedenle, aynı sebepten ötürü
by this token
Aynı nedenle, aynı sebepten ötürü
insert a token
eklemek töken
lexical token
sözcük sözcük
love token
aşk töken
subway token
metro töken
access token
Erişim Jetonu
as a token of
belirtisi olarak
by the same token
(deyim) ayni nedenle
by the same token
bir de
by the same token
by the same token
aynı şekilde, aynen: He hasn't been friendly to us, but by the same token we haven't been very friendly to him. O bize sıcak davranmadı
by the same token
bundan başka
early token release
erken simge gönderme
home token
(Bilgisayar) giriş sayfası simgesi
identity token
kimlik simgesi
in token of
belirtisi olarak
wealth token
servet göstergesi
where do i buy a token
jeton nereden alabilirim
English - English
A keepsake or souvenir

Please accept this bustier as a token of our time together.

An atomic piece of data, such as a word, for which a meaning may be inferred during parsing. Also called a symbol

For each lexeme, the scanner creates a small data package known as a token and passes this data package on to the parser.

Something or someone serving as an expression of something else

It was a mere token payment. He still owes us.

Something serving as an expression of something else; sign, symbol
To symbolize or instantiate
Done as an indication or a pledge; perfunctory, minimal or merely symbolic

Just to be on the safe side, the The Kremlin has also banned any of Putin’s serious critics from standing. Three unelectable misfits have been allowed to mount token challenges.

A piece of stamped metal used as a substitute for money

Subway tokens are being replaced by magnetic cards.

A particular thing to which a concept applies
{n} a sign, note, mark, evidence, memorial
{v} to betoken, denote, show, make known
A credit card size or key FAB sized authentication device that a user carries It usually displays numbers that change over time and synchronizes with an authentication server on the network, and it may also use a challenge/response scheme with the server Tokens are based on something you know (a password or PIN) and something you have (an authenticator - the token)
Something intended or supposed to represent or indicate another thing or an event; a sign; a symbol; as, the rainbow is a token of God's covenant established with Noah
A basic, grammatically indivisible unit of a language The symbol that describes a token in the grammar is a terminal symbol The input of the Bison parser is a stream of tokens which comes from the lexical analyzer See section Symbols, Terminal and Nonterminal
(n ) A piece of data passed around within the software
{s} nominal, symbolic, perfunctory
A livid spot upon the body, indicating, or supposed to indicate, the approach of death
Authentication token: a hardware device that generates a one-time password to authenticate its owner; also sometimes applied to software programs that generate one-time passwords E-mail token: a data item in the header of an encrypted e-mail message that holds an encrypted copy of the secret key used to encrypt the message; usually encrypted with the recipient’s key so that only the recipient can decrypt it
  In certain local-area-network protocols, a group of bits that serves as a symbol of authority, is passed among data stations, and is used to indicate the station that is temporarily in control of the transmission medium
A memorial of friendship; something by which the friendship of another person is to be kept in mind; a memento; a souvenir
an individual instance of a type of symbol; "the word`error' contains three tokens of `r'"
A token is a piece of paper or card that can be exchanged for goods, either in a particular shop or as part of a special offer. Here is the fifth token towards our offer. You need six of these tokens
A special packet that contains data and acts as a messenger or carrier between each computer and device on a ring topology Each computer must wait for the messenger to stop at its node before it can send data over the network
The smallest lexical unit in a program The Java compiler scans the characters in a program, grouping them into tokens The 6 basic kinds of tokens are identifiers, keywords, separators, operators, literals (either type int, double, boolean, char, or String), and comments
An individual user-configurable setting placed in a daemon's configuration file, such as the name of the router interface used for shunning or the username used to log into a remote database
Ten and a half quires, or, commonly, 250 sheets, of paper printed on both sides; also, in some cases, the same number of sheets printed on one side, or half the number printed on both sides
The Token Bucket model was developed by modifying the Leaky Bucket model The "token" in this case is a gating process for movement of cells through a policing action
Involvement device, often consisting of a perforated portion of an order card designed to be removed from its original position and placed in another designated area (usually 'yes' or 'no' ) on the order card, to signify a desire to purchase the product or service offered It is a means to get involvement on the part of the prospect
To betoken
A token is a round flat piece of metal or plastic that is sometimes used instead of money. Some of the older telephones still only accept tokens
Also, a coin issued by government, esp
The smallest independent unit of meaning of a program as defined either by a parser or a lexical analyzer A token can contain data, a language keyword, an identifier, or other parts of language syntax
A token is a unit of text that logically goes together to mean something for purposes of having your code be interpreted or executed For example, * is the multiply token, but if there are two of them together (**), then this is interpreted as the exponentiation token (not two multiply tokens)
In networking, a token is a special series of bits that travels around a token-ring network
{i} symbol, sign, mark; remembrance, memento, keepsake; coin that has no true value except in particular instances (i.e. token for one subway ride)
A succession of bits passed from one device to another along a ring A token contains a starting and ending delimiter with a control field in between In the control field is a bit that lets the device know if the token is available to send data If the token is available and the device has data to send on the network, then the device appends data to the token When data is appended to a token it is considered a frame
a metal or plastic disk that can be used (as a substitute for coins) in slot machines an individual instance of a type of symbol; "the word`error' contains three tokens of `r'
something of sentimental value
A bit of leather having a peculiar mark designating a particular miner
You use token to describe things or actions which are small or unimportant but are meant to show particular intentions or feelings which may not be sincere. The announcement was welcomed as a step in the right direction, but was widely seen as a token gesture
In a network, a token is a special group of bits that travel around a token ring If a computer wants to communicate on a network, it gains permission by capturing the token Only one token at a time may be active on a network, and the token may only travel in one direction around the ring
A sequence of characters considered a single unit by the shell It is either a word or an operator
If you give something to a person or do something for them as a token of your feelings, you give it or do it as a way of expressing those feelings. As a token of goodwill, I'm going to write another letter
A continuously repeating frame, transmitted onto the network by the controlling computer; the frame that polls for network transmissions See token bus, token passing, token ring
A physical item that's used to provide identity Typically an electronic device that can be inserted in a door or a computer system to obtain access (O'Reilly, 1992) (as cited in HISB, DRAFT GLOSSARY OF TERMS RELATED TO INFORMATION SECURITY IN HEALTH CARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS draft Glossary of Terms Related to Information Security in Health Care Information Systems) Part of entity authentication on the matrix
An abstract unit of information used for implementing synchronous message passing, in which one process using a resource will be assigned the token, allowing it access to the resource When the process finishes with that resource, the token is passed to the next process that needs the resource, and so on
A piece of metal given beforehand to each person in the congregation who is permitted to partake of the Lord's Supper
The character sequence or frame, passed in sequence from node to node, to indicate that the node controlling it has the right to transmit for a given amount of time
A coin-like object redeemable for a particular product or service, such as transportation on a bus or subway; an unofficial coin issued by a business or town to be used as small change, e g , in 17th-19th century Britain, and in France in the 20th century
when its use as lawful money is limited and its intrinsic value is much below its nominal value
A marker with the railway logo on it that represents a railroad station of that company On the stock market, it represents the share price of that railway Square tokens are used to represent the par value of a company
A piece of metal intended for currency, and issued by a private party, usually bearing the name of the issuer, and redeemable in lawful money
Something given or shown as a symbol or guarantee of authority or right; a sign of authenticity, of power, good faith, etc
You use by the same token to introduce a statement that you think is true for the same reasons that were given for a previous statement. If you give up exercise, your muscles shrink and fat increases. By the same token, if you expend more energy you will lose fat
insignificantly small; a matter of form only (`tokenish' is informal); "the fee was nominal"; "a token gesture of resistance"; "a tokenish gesture"
a metal or plastic disk that can be used (as a substitute for coins) in slot machines
Each hewer sends one of these with each corf or tub he has hewn
In a Jacquard loom, a colored signal to show the weaver which shuttle to use
token economy
A system of behavior modification based on the principles of operant conditioning; patients are rewarded with tokens (reinforcers) for engaging in desirable activities
token offense
The meaningless, minimal offense shown by an athlete or team while they are being dominated by an opponent
token ring
A network standard invented by IBM and later defined by the 802.5 subcommittee of the IEEE which provides for a network with a star ring topology, and which operates by passing a token frame around the logical ring
token rings
plural form of token ring
token economy
a form of behavior therapy that has been used in some mental institutions; patients are rewarded with tokens for appropriate behavior and the tokens may be cashed in for valued rewards
token gift
small gift of symbolic value
token money
coins of regular issue whose face value is greater than their intrinsic value
token of respect
symbol of esteem, expression of admiration or high regard
token payment
symbolic payment, small payment
token payment
a small payment made in acknowledgement of an obligation
token resistance
symbolic resistance, resistance that is to make a point and not to actually stop an action
token ring
A type of LAN in which networked computers are wired into a ring Each computer (or node) is in constant contact with the next node in the ring A control message, called a token, is passed from one node to another, allowing the node with the token to send a message out to the network If the ring is "broken" by one computer losing contact, the network can no longer communicate The IEEE 802 5 token ring standard is the most common
token ring
A type of LAN in which networked computers are wired into a "ring " Each computer (or node) is in constant contact with the next node in teh ring A control message, called a "token" is passed from one node to another, allowing the node with the token to send a message out to the network If the ring is "borken" by one computer losing contact, the network can no longer communicate The IEEE 802 5 token ring standard is the most common
token ring
A networking hardware system developed by IBM Constructed as a ring of daisy chained nodes Each node passes a control message (token) around the ring Whichever node has the token can send a message
token ring
A 4 to 16 Mbps (million bits per second) network, developed by IBM, that uses a ring topology, where the nodes are attached in a closed loop, and a token-passing method which allows each node in turn time to transmit
token ring
network communications architecture in which only the workstation which currently has the token may transmit data (token = continuous control message which is transmitted from station to station)
token ring
People often use the term "Token Ring" to designate IEEE 802 5 (see above) In the more general sense of the phrase, a token ring is a type of LAN that has stations wired in a ring, where each station constantly passes a special message (a "token") on to the next Whoever has the token can send a message
token ring
A ring-based network scheme in which a token is used to control access to a network Used by IEEE 802 5 and FDDI
token ring
A popular local area network (developed by IBM) that uses a token-passing media access method over a star topology Also used to refer to the standard specified by IEEE 802 5
token ring
A computer local area network arbitration scheme in which conflicts in the transmission of messages are avoided by the granting of "tokens" which give permission to send A station keeps the token while transmitting a message, if it has a message to transmit and then passes it on to the next station Often, "Token Ring" is used to refer to the IEEE 802 5 token ring standard, which is the most common type of token ring Token Ring is a type of computer network in which all the computers are arranged (schematically) in a circle A token, which is a special bit pattern, travels around the circle To send a message, a computer catches the token, attaches a message to it, and then lets it continue to travel around the network
token ring
A token ring is a type of LAN with nodes wired into a ring Each node constantly passes a control message (token) on to the next; whichever node has the token can send a message Often, "Token Ring" is used to refer to the IEEE 802 5 token ring standard, which is the most common type of token ring See also: Local Area Network
token ring
A type of network with nodes wired into a ring Each node constantly passes a control message (token) on to the next; whichever node has the token can send a message Often, "token ring" is used to refer to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802 5 token ring standard, which is the most common type of token ring See also local area network
token ring
A token ring is a kind of LAN that consists of computers that are wired into a ring Each computer is constantly in direct contact with the next node in the ring A token, which is a type of control message, is sent from one node to another, allowing messages to be sent throughout the network A Token Ring network cannot communicate within itself if one ring is broken
token ring
A network medium developed by IBM in which each computer in the ring passes a token, which carries network messages, to the adjacent computer Token Ring provides each computer on the ring with guaranteed capability to transmit at regular intervals; Ethernet doesn't provide such a guarantee Token Ring is specified by the IEEE-802 5 standard See Ethernet
token ring
A type of local area network where all workstations and devices are connected in a star or ring topology A token travels around the ring, a workstation catches the token, attaches its message if it has one to send, and then lets the token go to continue around the ring
token ring
A network protocol developed by IBM in which computers access the network through token-passing Usually uses a star-wired ring topology
token ring
A network access method in which the stations circulate a token Stations with data to send must have the token to transmit their data
token ring
A message-passing method that controls traffic within some ring topology networks A set number of empty "boxes," called tokens, circulate around the ring, coded with an availability signal When a node wishes to send data, it puts the addressed information in the nearest available token As in all ring networks, the data travels around the ring until it finds a node with a matching address Once the data is delivered, the empty token is returned to the ring
token ring
A medium-speed token passing LAN hardware standard developed by IBM; very similar to IEEE 802 5 LANs, which are also sometimes referred to as "token ring LANs"
token ring
A ring network allowing unidirectional data transmission between stations by a token-passing procedure; also a network using a ring topology, in which tokens are passed from node to node A token is a packet of information transmitted over a computer network
token ring
A ring topology for a local area network (LAN) in which a supervisory frame, or token, must be received by an attached terminal or workstation before that terminal or work-station can start transmitting The workstation with the token then transmits and uses the entire bandwidth of whatever communications media the token ring network is using A token ring can be wired as a circle or a star, with the workstations wired to a central wiring center, or to multiple wiring centers The most common wiring scheme is called a star-wired ring Whatever the wiring, a token ring LAN always works logically as a circle, with the token passing around the circle from one workstation to another The advantage of token ring LANs is that media faults (broken cable) can be fixed easily, since it’s easy to isolate the faults Token rings are typically installed in centralized closets, with loops snaking to served workstations
token ring
An IBM LAN-based LAN protocol that uses a ring-shaped network topology Token Ring has speeds of 4Mbps and 16Mbps A distinguishing packet is transferred from machine to machine and only the machine that is in control of the token is able to transmit
token ring
IBM's network protocol Theoretically higher performance under heavy load than Ethernet because it is deterministic (no collisions possible), but it has more overhead In practice it didn't show enough performance advantage to offset its considerably higher price Token Ring comes in 4-mbs and 16-mbs versions Network cards are cabled to a MAU (Media Access Unit) A "token" is passed from card to card around the ring, and only the card holding the token is allowed to send data onto the network cable
token value
non-monetary value, symbolic or sentimental value
USB token
A user identity credential that one can connect to a standard computer interface such as a USB jack; often used in addition to or instead of a password
access token
an object that describes the security context of a process or thread, such as the user's identity and privileges (DB2 Universal Database) (TheFreeDictionary)
by the same token
For a similar reason; in a similar manner; similarly; likewise; along the same lines

The petroleum and gas of eastern Ohio, and by the same token, of western Pennsylvania and New York are unquestionably derived from the great shale formation of Devonian and subcarboniforous age that underlies this territory, and they are stored in sandstones overlying or interstratified with these shales..

by that token
In the same way or for the same reason
by the same token
In the same way or for the same reason
by this token
In the same way or for the same reason
access token
A security device that normally attaches to a COM port on a system which, when used in conjunction with appropriate software or hardware, allows authorised access to that system Examples include smartcards and smartcard readers, and touch memory devices such as those produced by Dallas Semiconductor
access token
A data structure containing security information that identifies a user to the security subsystem on a computer running Windows 2000 or Windows NT Access tokens contain a user's security ID, the security IDs for groups that the user belongs to, and a list of the user's privileges on the local computer See also privilege; security ID
access token
A Windows NT object that identifies a logged-on (authenticated) user The access token contains the user's security ID (SID), the groups to which the user belongs, and other security information See SID
access token
A Windows NT object that identifies a logged-on (authenticated) user The access token contains the user's security ID (SID), the group to which the user belongs, and other security information
as a token of
as a symbol of -, as a sign of -
book token
voucher to purchase a book with
book token
a card that you can exchange for books
book token
a gift voucher that can be exchanged for books costing up to am amount given on the voucher
by the same token
in a similar way, similarly
gift token
a special piece of paper that is worth a particular amount of money when it is exchanged for goods in a shop, often given as a present American Equivalent: gift certificate
in token of
as a mark of, as a sign of, in honour of
love token
small object given as a symbol of love
keepsake given as a token of love
subway token
a token that is used to pay for entry to the subway system
plural of token
or what the person has
The fundamental elements making up the text of a C program Tokens are identifiers, keywords, constants, strings, operators, and other separators White space (such as spaces, tabs, new lines, and comments) is ignored except where it is necessary to separate tokens
In computer science terms, a Token is the smallest digestable chunk of a sentence So a word would be a token, but so would punctuation or anything else that can stand alone
The means to denote the status of an element or qualifier within a registry; e g , proposed, recommended, conforming (to the namespace), obsolete, or local
Turkish - English
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token
token ekonomisi
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token economy
token pekiştirme
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token reinforcement
token ödülü
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token reward
token özdeşliği teorisi
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) token identity theory