engin

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İngilizce - İngilizce

engin teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

engine
The result of cunning; a plot, a scheme

Therefore this craftie engine he did frame, / Against his praise to stirre vp enmitye .

engine
the brain or heart
engine
A device to convert energy into useful mechanical motion, especially heat energy
engine
A person or group of people which influence a larger group
engine
Cunning, trickery
engine
A software system, not a complete program, responsible for a technical task (as in layout engine, physics engine)
engineer
A person trained in a natural science that applies such knowledge towards a practical objective
engineer
To plan or achieve some goal by contrivance or guile; to wangle or finagle
engineer
A person who, given a practical scientific problem involving the physical world and a specific set of goals and constraints, finds a technical solution to the problem that satisfies those goals within those constraints. The goals and constraints may be technical, social, or business related
engineering
the area aboard a ship where the engine is located
engineering
the profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences gained by study, experience, and practice is applied with judgment to develop ways to use economically the materials and forces of nature for the benefit of mankind
engineering
Present participle of engineer
engine
{n} a machine, instrument, agent
engineer
{n} artillery, the management of artillery
engineer
{n} one who directs engines or artillery
Engine
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An engine is also the large vehicle that pulls a railway train. In 1941, the train would have been pulled by a steam engine. Machine that can convert any of various forms of energy into mechanical power or motion. The steam engines developed during the Industrial Revolution to power stationary machinery were modified in the 19th century to propel locomotives and ships, and were joined later by steam turbines. Internal-combustion engines were developed by Nikolaus Otto and Rudolf Diesel in the late 19th century. Gas turbines and rocket engines came into use in the later 20th century. See also diesel engine, gasoline engine, jet engine, rocket, and rotary engine. blowing engine diesel engine dividing engine gasoline engine internal combustion engine jet engine radial engine rotary engine search engine steam engine
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A separate game program which contains the rules of conduct, the world state, and a list of actions which participants can perform In this project, Acquire is the engine with which our agents will be interacting However, it is our intention that different game engines could easily be built and played by our system An engine is a specific implementation of a domain It informs each agent when its turn is, what actions are available to it, and updates the master state of the world
engine
A MEX-file dynamic link library (DLL) file that stores the device objects and associated property values that control your data acquisition application, controls the synchronization of events, and controls the storage of acquired or queued data
engine
motor that converts thermal energy to mechanical work something used to achieve a purpose; "an engine of change
engine
{i} machine which supplies force and motion, motor; locomotive; part of a program which handles certain types of data (Computers)
engine
A combination of cards in play that are used together repeatedly to create beneficial effects "Your card denial engine is working for you "
engine
stores or computes a container's values These can be specialized, e g , to minimize storage when a domain has few distinct values Separating a container and its storage also permits views of a container See Also: Brick Engine, container, view of a container
engine
Natural capacity; ability; skill
engine
A machine with moving parts that changes power into movement
engine
informal: the brain or heart
engine
An Engine in Magnetar architecture is a component module that performs a specific task in the system For example, a simulation engine is responsible for implementing the simulation logic in a system An engine is essentially made up of a blackboard and a number of agents that act on the blackboard
engine
To rack; to torture
engine
motor that converts thermal energy to mechanical work
engine
To assault with an engine
engine
yantra
engine
Any instrument by which any effect is produced; especially, an instrument or machine of war or torture
engine
A piece of software; notionally, one that perfoms a lot of complicated calculations and operations "behind the scenes", such as a "database engine", or "search engine"
engine
A compound machine by which any physical power is applied to produce a given physical effect
engine
The propulsion system that provides motive power for a vehicle
engine
The UI and view independent portion of an application, concerned with data manipulation and other fundamental operations independently of how these are eventually represented to the user
engine
Any ground vehicle providing specified levels of pumping, water and hose capacity
engine
  Any ground vehicle providing specified levels of pumping water and hose capacity, but with less than specified level of personnel
engine
the part of the airplane that provides the power for take-off and landing and supports flight
engine
A mechanical device used to produce rotation to move vehicle or otherwise provide the force needed to generate kinetic energy
engine
The engine of a car or other vehicle is the part that produces the power which makes the vehicle move. He got into the driving seat and started the engine. an engine failure that forced a jetliner to crash-land in a field
engine
something used to achieve a purpose; "an engine of change"
engine
A program that does the actual work of recognizing speech or translating text into speech Most speech recognition engines convert incoming audio data to engine-specific phonemes, which are then translated into text for use by an application A text-to-speech engine performs the same process, only in reverse An engine object is an OLE COM object that represents a mode of a speech recognition or text-to-speech engine
engine
Any ground vehicle providing specified levels of pumping, water, and hose capacity, but with less than the specified level of personnel
engine
Anything used to effect a purpose; any device or contrivance; an agent
engine
In R/C terms, this is a fuel-powered engine that provides the power for forward motion
engine
The central process that decides where packet data flows through out the system Also referred to as nfrd
engine
The core of a database or of an application
engine
A machine designed to convert thermal energy into mechanical energy to produce force or motion Connected to a drivetrain, an engine's mechanical energy, or torque, moves a vehicle An engine can run by using gas, diesel fuel, steam or other fuel sources
engine
a wheeled vehicle consisting of a self-propelled engine that is used to draw trains along railway tracks
engine
An engine is the code that makes a game run An engine can be used for multiple games by using different art and data sets The Quake 3 engine is a great example that was not only used by the game Quake 3 Arena but also by Star Trek Elite Forces and Alice A good engine can often be licensed to other developers
engine
Pronounced, in this sense, &?;&?;&?;&?
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Pronounced, in this sense, &?;&?;&?;&?;&?
engine
A device that operates cyclically to convert one form of energy into another, notably heat into work
engine
any mechanical device; the term is used to describe anything from a carriage (I: 1;6) comb (I: 2;7) knife and razor (I: 2;7) watch (I: 2;7) see: "Engine And Motor: two closely-related words investigated"
engine
As in "Search Engine " This is the working part of a data base or application
engine
The methanol or gasoline fueled power plant used in a model Two or four-stroke gasoline and glow engines are very popular in aircraft Four-stroke engines tend to turn higher diameter lower pitch props, and therefore tend to be used in applications requiring more torque and less speed response
engine
To equip with an engine; said especially of steam vessels; as, vessels are often built by one firm and engined by another
engine
A powered locomotive used for pulling cars on railways
engine
The words Engine and Pumper commonly refer to a "triple combination pumper" having a firefighting capacity pump (750 gpm or greater), a small water tank (500 gal or less), ground ladders and hose Some engines carry additional specialized equipment and tools The Engine's job is to move water from a source such as a hydrant, tanker or pond to the fire scene If the water is a long way from the fire, several pumpers may be used in a relay to pump the water to the scene This happens frequently in rural areas where there are few (or no) water mains and hydrants The main water source in these areas is local ponds and streams Taking water from a pond or stream for firefighting is called drafting
engine
internal combustion engines, diesel engines, lubrication system, cooling system, fuel system, injection system, exhaust system, emission control
engineer
Barely clears Quonset hut Loses tug-of-war with pumpers Can fire a speeding bullet Swims well Is occasionally addressed by GOD
engineer
When a vehicle, bridge, or building is engineered, it is planned and constructed using scientific methods. Many of Kuwait's spacious freeways were engineered by W S Atkins. the car's better designed and engineered rivals
engineer
means a professional engineer registered by the State of Maryland through the Board of Registration of Professional Engineers
engineer
This identifies the entity who will provide technical design drawings and specifications for elements of the work, most typically in the Structural, Fire Protection, Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Electrical disciplines The Architect usually engages these entities
engineer
a person who designs structures such as buildings, bridges, dams and aqueducts
engineer
A PERSON WHO KNOWS VERY MUCH ABOUT VERY LITTLE AND CONTINUES TO KNOW MORE AND MORE ABOUT LESS AND LESS UNTIL HE KNOWS VIRTUALLY EVERYTHING ABOUT NOTHING
engineer
At some stations the engineer is the person who runs the control board and takes transmitter readings At others, the engineer is the technical wizard who repairs and maintains the stations transmitter, antenna, electronics, and other equipment
engineer
The term "engineer" or "ingenieur" or "inzenier" etc does not translate directly across European languages, even though the word may appear the same The connotation in English is of a mechanical device, whilst in other contries such as Germany, it connotes ingenuity
engineer
A person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems For ALMA an engineer's principle assignment will be to build and maintain the hardware
engineer
a person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems the operator of a railway locomotive design as an engineer; "He engineered the water supply project
engineer
The crew member responsible for the physical operation of a freight or passenger train and for monitoring the locomotive's running condition
engineer
the role that is played when a person performs engineering tasks on an endeavor
engineer
means an employee who is qualified under any statute or regulation of the Commonwealth or of a State to be in charge of the machinery of a vessel
engineer
a person who runs or supervises an engine or an apparatus
engineer
An insurer's staff member who is charged with the responsibility of loss prevention and who assists in the securing of underwriting and rating information
engineer
plan and direct (a complex undertaking); "he masterminded the robbery"
engineer
design as an engineer; "He engineered the water supply project"
engineer
An engineer is a person who uses scientific knowledge to design, construct, and maintain engines and machines or structures such as roads, railways, and bridges. see also chemical engineer, civil engineer, electrical engineer, sound engineer
engineer
(n) A professional concerned with applying scientific knowledge to practical problems The discipline is divided into a number of specialties, such as civil, mechanical, chemical, electronic, aerospace, electrical, and industrial engineering
engineer
A professional firm and/or individual who is professionally engaged in an engineering discipline
engineer
One who manages as engine, particularly a steam engine; an engine driver
engineer
{f} design, plan (i.e. machinery, roads, etc.)
engineer
If you engineer an event or situation, you arrange for it to happen, in a clever or indirect way. Some people believe that his murder was engineered by Stalin
engineer
An engineer is a person who repairs mechanical or electrical devices. They send a service engineer to fix the disk drive
engineer
To design, construct or manage something as an engineer
engineer
the operator of a railway locomotive
engineer
One who carries through an enterprise by skillful or artful contrivance; an efficient manager
engineer
a person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
engineer
A person skilled in the principles and practice of any branch of engineering
engineer
A person who is qualified or professionally engaged in any branch of engineering
engineer
Engineer (railroad train)
engineer
See under Engineering, n
engineer
A person who, given a problem and a specific set of goals and constraints, finds a technical solution to the problem that satisfies those goals within those constraints. The goals and constraints may be technical, social, or business related
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engineer
A person who is trained in and uses technological and scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
engineer
To use contrivance and effort for; to guide the course of; to manage; as, to engineer a bill through Congress
engineer
(see also Engineering Tech)Engineering involves a wide spectrum of activities extending from the conception, design, development and formulation of new systems and products through the implementation, production, and operation of engineering systems A minimum of four years of study is required Mathematics and science are emphasized
engineer
hog head, eagle eye, speed gager, throttle puller, positive block, grunt Fireman: diamond pusher, tallow pot, ash can, soda jerker, fire boy, coal heaver, bell ringer New Fireman: student Conductor: Big O, the brains, the skipper, bake head Conductor's Uniform: harness Conductor's Punch: pair of pliers Hat Checks: ducats
engineer
Someone who applies a knowledge of math and natural science to practical ends, such as the design, construction and operation of structures
engineer
{i} person who designs and plans (machinery, roads, etc.)
engineer
Person who drives the train
engineer
An engineer is a person who is responsible for maintaining the engine of a ship while it is at sea
engineer
A person who operates an engine (such as a locomotive)
engineer
To alter or construct something by means of genetic engineering
engineer
person skilled in a branch of engineering, i e mining or construction
engineer
a person who designs things
engineer
To lay out or construct, as an engineer; to perform the work of an engineer on; as, to engineer a road
engineering
the application of science to the needs of humanity
engineering
The use of scientific knowledge and trial-and-error to design systems (See Science )
engineering
Analysis or design work requiring extensive preparation and experience in the use of mathematics, chemistry, physics and the engineering sciences
engineering
A general term which refers to the systematic analysis and development of measurable physical data, using applied mathematical, scientific, and technical principles, to yield tangible end products which can be made, produced, and constructed
engineering
{i} work of an engineer (including planning, design, etc.)
engineering
There are a number of types of engineering (chemical, civil, mechanical, electrical) which apply to different areas of design and construction All engineering work is regulated by safety standards, and issues of patents and design protection may also arise
engineering
The art and science by which the mechanical properties of matter are made useful to man in structures and machines
engineering
Analysis and/or design work requiring licensing through formal education, experience and the use of mathematics and the applied sciences
engineering
• CAST-ALUMINUM CYLINDER HEADS help maintain even engine temperatures and minimize weight
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Engineering is the work involved in designing and constructing engines and machinery, or structures such as roads and bridges. Engineering is also the subject studied by people who want to do this work. graduates with degrees in engineering. see also chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, genetic engineering. the work involved in designing and building roads, bridges, machines etc civil engineering genetic engineering. Professional art of applying science to the optimum conversion of the resources of nature to the uses of humankind. Engineering is based principally on physics, chemistry, and mathematics and their extensions into materials science, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, transfer and rate processes, and systems analysis. A great body of special knowledge is associated with engineering; preparation for professional practice involves extensive training in the application of that knowledge. Engineers employ two types of natural resources, materials and energy. Materials acquire uses that reflect their properties: their strength, ease of fabrication, lightness, or durability; their ability to insulate or conduct; and their chemical, electrical, or acoustical properties. Important sources of energy include fossil fuels (coal, petroleum, gas), wind, sunlight, falling water, and nuclear fission. See also aerospace engineering, civil engineering, chemical engineering. genetic engineering, mechanical engineering, military engineering. computer aided software engineering human factors engineering human engineering aerospace engineering chemical engineering civil engineering electrical engineering engineering geology geological engineering genetic engineering industrial engineering mechanical engineering military engineering systems engineering
engineering
the discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical problems; "he had trouble deciding which branch of engineering to study"
engineering
The profession of or work performed by an engineer Engineering involves the knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences (biological and physical) gained by study, experience, and practice that are applied with judgment and creativity to develop ways to utilize the materials and forces of nature for the benefit of mankind
engineering
The Institute for Systems Research
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a room (as on a ship) in which the engine is located the discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical problems; "he had trouble deciding which branch of engineering to study
engineering
1: At its most general,Engineering is the entire field of activity of professional engineers, engineering technologists and technicians 2: Engineering as a university degree, such as the B Sc(Eng), and as a professional activity is concerned intellectual and conceptual work using engineering knowledge and engineering competencies to conceive, create designing and implementing, components, systems, engineering works, products and processes and to solve problems of economic or social value The process is based on scientific knowledge, requires synthesis of knowledge, and takes into account wider issues 3: Engineering is also used to describe a way of working to create or improve an end product that is useful, reliable and viable (See technologyandtechnical )
engineering
Derived from the Latin ingenium, engineering means something like brilliant idea, flash of genius The word was created in the 16th century and originally described a profession that we would probably call an artistic inventor
engineering
Includes chemical engineering and materials techniques, civil engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, surveying, industrial engineering, metallurgical engineering, mining engineering, mechanical engineering, agricultural and forestry engineering techniques, fishery engineering techniques
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Hawthorne studies
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Science, work, or profession of planning, building, or managing engines, machines, roads, bridges, canals, railroads, etc [Old French engin = skill, which stems from Latin ingenium = ability to invent, brilliance, genius]
engineering
Engineering comprises any kind of activity which aims at either solving a problem or completing a task related to the definition, design and specification of a product
engineering
a room (as on a ship) in which the engine is located
engineering
Engineering is the principled application of science, methods, tools, and experience to the production of designed objects
engineering
Modulation & Encoding WDM, DWDM TDM
engineering
The art of doing something well with one dollar what any idiot can do with two (or was it the other way around?)
engineering
Originally, the art of managing engines; in its modern and extended sense, the art and science by which the mechanical properties of matter are made useful to man in structures and machines; the occupation and work of an engineer
engineering
The application of science to the design, creation, and function of machines, construction etc
engineering
– Programs designed to certify or transfer technical knowledge to any engineering professional in the State For employees requiring certification in these areas or needing them for their jobs
engineering
the work of an engineer
engineering
the practical application of science to commerce or industry
engineering
The process or organization responsible for the skillful design, construction, maintenance and enhancement of complex or sophisticated systems of hardware, software, processes, etc
engineering
chief engineer engineers, people
engines
plural of engine
Türkçe - Türkçe
Değer ve fiyatı düşük olan
Yüksekte olmayan, alçak (yer): "Engin olur bizim elin ovası / Yüksek olur yaylaların havası."- Halk türküsü
Yüksekte olmayan, alçak (yer)
Denizin kıyıdan çok uzaklarda bulunan geniş bölümü; açık deniz
Denizin kıyıdan çok uzaklarda bulunan geniş bölümü, açık deniz: "Enginden dönen deniz kuşları sessiz kanatlarıyla başımın üstünde dolaşıyorlar."- R. N. Güntekin
Ucu bucağı görünmeyecek kadar geniş, çok geniş, vâsi: "Bu deniz de sabahın sisi içinde engin, sınırsız bir deniz gibi görünür."- H. Taner
Ucu bucağı görünmeyecek kadar geniş, çok geniş, vâsi
İngilizce - Türkçe

engin teriminin İngilizce Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

engine
motor

Motorda sorun yok, fakat arabam hareket etmiyor. - Nothing's wrong with the engine, but my car won't move.

Açık kaynak; teknolojik yeniliği kullanan motordur. - Open source is the engine that drives technological innovation.

engineering
mühendislik

Tom mühendislik dalında mastır yapmak için çalışıyor. - Tom is working toward a master's degree in engineering.

Üniversitede mühendislik ihtisası yapmayı düşünüyorum - I plan to take up engineering at college.

engineer
mühendis

Genç mühendisin deneyimi yoktu. - The young engineer lacked experience.

Birçok genç mühendis istihdam edildi ve onlar kendilerini yeni bir bilgisayar geliştirmek için adadılar. - Several young engineers were employed and were devoted to developing a new computer.

engineer
düzenlemek
engine
motor numarası
engine
taşıt motoru
engineer
mühendisi

Tom bir elektrik mühendisidir. - Tom is an electrical engineer.

Genç mühendisin deneyimi yoktu. - The young engineer lacked experience.

engineer
şantiye temsilcisi
engineer
makinistlik
engineering
fen
engineering
teknik
engines
motor

Bir web sayfası ziyaretçilerinin %90'ından daha fazlası arama motorlarındandır. - More than 90 percent of visits to a web page are from search engines.

Uçağın motorlarından biri durdu. - One of the aircraft's engines cut out.

engine
lokomotif

Trenin iki tane lokomotifi var. - The train has two engines.

engineer
(kötü bir şeye) planla neden olmak
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(Askeri) MOTOR, MAKİNA: Arzu edilen fiziki tesiri meydana getirmek için fiziki gücü tatbik eden çeşitli makinalardan biri; özellikle, hareket enerjisini mekanik enerjiye çeviren herhangi bir makina. Örneğin "steam engine" (buhar makinası), "gasoline engine" (benzin motoru) ve "diesel engine" (dizel motoru) gibi. ENGINE CRADLE HOLD-DOWN FITTINGS: VİDALI TESPİT YUVALARI: Bir yük uçağının döşemesinde bulunan dişi vida çekilmiş bir tertibat. Yük ve teçhizatı tespit etmek için, bağlama halkaları bunlara geçirilir
engineer
çarkçı
engineer
mühendisin
engineering
mühendislikler
engines
motorlar

Böyle kirleticiler çoğunlukla otomobil motorlarındaki yakıt tüketiminden kaynaklanmaktadır. - Pollutants like this derive mainly from the combustion of fuel in car engines.

Uçağın motorlarından biri durdu. - One of the aircraft's engines cut out.

engine
itfaiye arabası

İtfaiye arabası yolda. - The fire engine is on its way.

Kısa sürede itfaiye arabasının etrafında bir kalabalık toplandı. - A crowd soon gathered around the fire engine.

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alet edevat
engine
motor takmak
engine
makine takmak
engine
makine

Uzun düşündükten sonra, Beth makine mühendisliği konusunda uzmanlaşmaya karar verdi. - After long consideration, Beth decided to major in mechanical engineering.

Mühendis makineyi nasıl kullanacağımızı söyledi. - The engineer told us how to use the machine.

engine
lokomotif deposu
engine
lokomotif/motor
engine
cihaz
engine
(Tıp) Belli bir enerji oluşturan alet, makina, cihaz
engine
yangın tulumbası
engine
makina odası fire engine itfaiye arabası
engine
tertibat
engineer
mühendis sıfatıyla inşa etmek
engineer
mühendisliğini yapmak
engineer
makinist
engineer
teknisyen
engineer
mühendislik yapmak
engineer
tekniker
engineer
makine mühendisi

Tom bir makine mühendisidir. - Tom is a mechanical engineer.

Tom makine mühendisi olmak için öğrenim görüyor. - Tom is studying to be a mechanical engineer.

engineer
yapmak

Tom mühendislik dalında mastır yapmak için çalışıyor. - Tom is working toward a master's degree in engineering.

engineer
idare etmek
engineer
civil engineer insaat mühendisi
engineer
{i} den. çarkçı
engineer
(Mukavele) mühendis; kontrol
engineer
çarkçı başı
engineer
yönetmek
engineer
(Askeri) I. İSTİHKAM, İSTİHKAMCI: Bir istihkam sınıfı mensubu; inşaat, tahrip, ölçme, yol ve köprü inşaatı ve kamuflaj gibi istihkam görevlerini yerine getiren asker
engineer
{f} planlayıp düzenlemek
engineer
{i} d.y. makinist
engineer
electrical engineer elektrik mühendisi
engineer
chief engineer baş muhendis
engineer
mechanical engineer makina mü
engineering
{i} istihkâm hizmeti
engineering
sağla/yap
engin