unity

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English - Turkish
birlik

Birlik, ayrılıktan daha iyidir. - Unity is better than disunity.

Konuşmasındaki ana fikir birlikti. - The main idea in his speech was unity.

{i} bütünlük
dayanışma
birleşme
{i} teklik
{i} beraberlik
bir

O, parti birliği hakkında konuştu. - He spoke of party unity.

Konuşmasındaki ana fikir birlikti. - The main idea in his speech was unity.

bir/birlik
ittihat
(Askeri) birlik-beraberlik
birim
uyum
birlik olma
ünite
ahenk
unity and solidarity
(Politika, Siyaset) birlik ve beraberlik
unity and solidarity
(Politika, Siyaset) birlik beraberlik
unity is strength
Birlikten güç doğar
unity power factor
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Birim güç faktörü
unity of account
hesap birimi
unity of command
(Askeri) emir ve komuta birliği
unity of command principle
(Ticaret) emir ve kumanda birliği
unity of family
aile birliği
unity of power
kuvvetler birliği
unity principle
(Ticaret) birlik ilkesi
internal unity
bağdaşım
provide unity
bütünlük sağlamak
economic unity
ekonomik birlik
national unity committee
Milli birlik komitesi
organization for african unity
african için organizasyon birlik
unities
bütünlükleri
Organization of African Unity
(Askeri) Afrika Dayanışma Teşkilatı
absolute unity
(Fizik) mutlak birim
absolute unity
(Fizik) saltık birim
algebra with unity
(Matematik) birimli cebir
grand unity party
(Politika, Siyaset) büyük birlik partisi
indivisible unity
(Politika, Siyaset) bölünmez bütünlük
psychic unity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ruhsal birlik
roots of unity
(Matematik) birimin kökleri
English - English
A female given name
any element of a set or field that behaves under a given operation as the number 1 behaves under multiplication
any of the three classical rules of drama (unity of action, unity of place, and unity of time)
oneness; state of being one or undivided; united in mind or purpose
{n} the state of being one, concord, tenor
{i} name of the second module of the international space station (was launched and attached to the first module by the crew of the U.S. space shuttle Endeavor)
Such a combination of parts as to constitute a whole, or a kind of symmetry of style and character
When there is unity, people are in agreement and act together for a particular purpose. a renewed unity of purpose Speakers at the rally mouthed sentiments of unity The choice was meant to create an impression of party unity. Religious movement founded in 1889 by Charles Fillmore (1854-1948) and his wife, Myrtle Fillmore (1845-1931), in Kansas City, Mo. , U.S. Believing that spiritual healing had cured Myrtle of tuberculosis, the couple began to endorse spiritual healing. Until 1922, Unity was a member of the International New Thought Alliance. Unlike some New Thought groups, Unity embraces practical Christianity and modern medicine. It has no definite creed and is interdenominational. Its Silent Unity service helps people through counseling and prayer, responding to 2.5 million requests for aid a year via mail, telephone, and Internet. Unity publishes magazines and books, and it conducts classes for prospective Unity ministers. Organization of African Unity unity of science view Unity School of Christianity
The result of bringing the elements of art into appropriate ratio between harmony and variety to give a sense of oneness Unity: color, texture, shapes, and value are used to create unity Visual unity is one of the most important aspects of well-designed art and is planned by the artist Unity provides the cohesive quality that makes an art work feel complete and finished When all the elements in a work look as though they belong together, the artist has achieved unity
the quality of being united into one
inite
the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number; "he has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"; "they had lunch at one"
The degree of agreement existing among the elements in a design
Unity is the state of different areas or groups being joined together to form a single country or organization. Senior politicians met today to discuss the future of European economic unity. German unity. = union
Joined together
The peculiar characteristics of an estate held by several in joint tenancy
the due subordination and reference of every part to the development of the leading idea or the eastablishment of the main proposition
A coherent entity with all parts having a harmonious relationship that contribute to the sense of completeness
The combination or order of parts in a work which promotes an undivided total effect
Concord; harmony; conjunction; agreement; uniformity; as, a unity of proofs; unity of doctrine
achieved in writing when all examples and explanations clearly relate to a paragraph's main point
one of the four bases of good writing: advancing a single point and sticking to that point
{i} oneness, union; wholeness; agreement, accord, harmony
Erica Pierce's plan to create a universe with only one time-line [The events]
In dramatic composition, one of the principles by which a uniform tenor of story and propriety of representation are preserved; conformity in a composition to these; in oratory, discourse, etc
Name of Tele-TV's set-top box RFPs have been released, revised, and released again Tele-TV plans to provide Unity to its interactive-TV subscribers The Unity box will connect to a number of consumer-electronics products, including those with digital interfaces and hi-fi amplifiers featuring Dolby AC-3, 5 1-channel decoding
Total visual effect in a composition achieved by the careful blending of the elements of art and the principles of design
Unity is plural and at minimum two (2)
any element of a set or field that behaves with respect to a given function like the number 1 does with respect to multiplication
is achieved when all the parts equal a whole
is a sense of wholeness or relatedness in the story
an unreduced or unbroken completeness or totality
A principle of design concerned with the arrangement of the elements of a dance to create a coherent whole
The quality of wholeness or oneness that is achieved through the effective use of the elements and principles of design Often it is realised through a deliberate or intuitive balancing of harmony and variety
The state of being one; oneness
The relevance of selected material to the central theme of the essay
A feeling of wholeness in a dance which is achieved when all of the parts work well together
is the way to combine the relationship of the page, refer to the coherent of the design Back to Top
Any definite quantity, or aggregate of quantities or magnitudes taken as one, or for which 1 is made to stand in calculation; thus, in a table of natural sines, the radius of the circle is regarded as unity
A principle of composition See Foundational Objectives for a detailed description
the state of being one
one of the rules of theater described by Aristotle that states action, time, and location should be consistent
unitude
unity of time
The classical unity that states that the action of a play should take place over no more than 24 hours
unity power factor
(Elektrik, Elektronik) (electricity) Power factor of 1.0, obtained when current and voltage are in phase, as in a circuit containing only resistance or in a reactive circuit at resonance
Unity School of Christianity
Religious movement founded in 1889 by Charles Fillmore (1854-1948) and his wife, Myrtle Fillmore (1845-1931), in Kansas City, Mo. , U.S. Believing that spiritual healing had cured Myrtle of tuberculosis, the couple began to endorse spiritual healing. Until 1922, Unity was a member of the International New Thought Alliance. Unlike some New Thought groups, Unity embraces practical Christianity and modern medicine. It has no definite creed and is interdenominational. Its Silent Unity service helps people through counseling and prayer, responding to 2.5 million requests for aid a year via mail, telephone, and Internet. Unity publishes magazines and books, and it conducts classes for prospective Unity ministers
Unity consciousness
The next to the highest level of consciousness in transcendental meditation, whereby the individual is completely enlightened and understands his or her essential unity with all living things
unity gain
A steady state signal with no increase or decrease in strength at the output of an amplifier or device compared to the signal strength at the input
unity gain
No increase or decrease in signal strength at the output of an amplifier or device compared to the signal strength at the input
unity gain
A circuit with unity gain will not increase or decrease the volume level
unity gain
A gain of one That is, the signal is output from a circuit at the same level at which it entered Once passed the MIC/LINE amplifier, a unity gain system minimizes signal noise and distortion
unity gain
Refers to the balance between signal loss on a broadband network & signal gain through amplifiers
unity gain
Refers to the balance between signal loss on a broadband network and signal gain through amplifiers
in unity there is strength
More can be accomplished by a team with a common goal, than individuals
partition of unity
A collection of non-negative-valued functions defined on a topological space, such that every point has only finitely many nonzero values, and these sum to one
national unity government
National Unity Governments are coalition governments made up of all or most parties in a parliament. They are usually formed in times of war or severe political crisis
Organization for African Unity
{i} association of all the African countries which deals with matters concerning this continent
Organization of African Unity
the former name for the African Union. African intergovernmental organization. It was established in 1963 to promote unity and solidarity of African states and eliminate vestiges of colonialism. Membership has varied somewhat over the years because of political disputes. The OAU, whose chief policy unit was the annual assembly of heads of state and government, successfully mediated the Algeria-Morocco dispute of 1964-65 and the Somalia-Ethiopia and Kenya-Somalia border disputes of 1965-67, but it was less successful with the Biafra conflict (1968-70). From the 1970s the OAU has concentrated on economic cooperation and human rights. In 2002 the organization's name was changed to the African Union. Its headquarters remained in Addis Ababa, Eth
national unity government
government which includes both the left and right political parties
unities
plural of unity
unity
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