eventful

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İngilizce - Türkçe
olaylı
olaylarla dolu
{s} maceralı
hadiseli
{s} önemli
{s} ciddi
önemli olaylarla dolu
event
{i} olay

Olay onun geleceğini etkiledi. - The event affected his future.

O olayı hatırlaman için çok yaşlı olmana gerek yok. - You don't have to be very old to remember that event.

eventful year
olaylı sene
eventful year
olaylarla dolu sene
event
vaka
event
organizasyon

Maraton organizatörleri, hava şartları gözetilmeksizin, organizasyonun devam edeceğini söyledi. - The organisers of the marathon said that the event would go ahead, regardless of the weather conditions.

Genel olarak organizasyon başarılıydı. - On the whole, the event was successful.

event
durum

Bir zombi kıyameti durumunda ne yapardın? - What would you do in the event of a zombie apocalypse?

Talihsizlik durumunda kutlamalar en iyisidir. - In the event of misfortune, celebrations are the best.

event
{i} yarışma

Atletizm yarışması yıllık bir etkinliktir. - The athletic meet is an annual event.

Dalış yarışması Olimpiyatları izlemek için Mary'nin favori olaylardan biridir. - The diving competition is one of Mary's favorite events to watch in the Olympics.

event
aksiyon
event
vak’a
event
(Askeri) müsabaka
event
hadise
event
ne olursa olsun

Ne olursa olsun elimden gelenin en iyisini yapacağım. - In any event, I will do my best.

event
sonuç

Sonuçta, o şiddet suçu sebebiyle beş yıl hapis yatmıştı. - Eventually, he was sentenced to five years in prison for the violent crime.

Tom'un sonuçta Mary'ye elmas bir yüzük alması için yeterli parası olmalıydı. - Tom should eventually have enough money to buy Mary a diamond ring.

event
karşılaşma
Event
etkinlik

Which events have you entered for ?.

Firmamız farklı kültürel etkinlikleri destekler. - Our company supports several cultural events.

Tom etkinlikte Mary'ye eşlik etti. - Tom accompanied Mary to the event.

event
olaya
event
eventful hadiselerle dolu
event
halinde
event
{i} maç
event
(Askeri) MÜSABAKA (SPORDA), OLAY, VAKA
event
in the event of takdirde
event
olgu

Ben olguyu erteledim. - I postponed the event.

event
hal

Olay anımızda hâlâ taze. - The event is still fresh in our memory.

Olay belleğimde hâlâ canlı duruyor. - The event still remains vivid in my memory.

event
quite an event olağanüstü bir durum
event
epizot
event
{i} akıbet
event
eventfully olaylarla dolu olarak
event
in any event her halûkârda
eventfully
olaylı bir şekilde
eventfully
hareketli olarak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Of or pertaining to high levels of activity; having many memorable events

With the number of drunken revellers on the streets it could hardly fail to be an eventful night.

{a} full of incidents or changes
full of events or incidents; "the most exhausting and eventful day of my life
If you describe an event or a period of time as eventful, you mean that a lot of interesting, exciting, or important things have happened during it. Her eventful life included holding senior positions in the Colonial Service. full of interesting or important events
{s} busy, full of events; momentous
having important issues or results; "the year's only really consequential legislation"; "an eventful decision"
full of events or incidents; "the most exhausting and eventful day of my life"
Full of, or rich in, events or incidents; as, an eventful journey; an eventful period of history; an eventful period of life
event
A possible action that the user can perform that is monitored by an application or the operating system (event listener). When an event occurs an event handler is called which performs a specific task
event
An occurrence; something that happens
event
An end result; an outcome (now chiefly in phrases)

In the event, he turned out to have what I needed anyway.

event
A set of some of the possible outcomes; a subset of the sample space
eventfully
In a eventful manner; with much activity
event
{n} an end, conclusion, issue, consequence
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A significant occurrence in a system or application that a program detects Events typically trigger actions, such as sending a user notification or adding a log entry
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Any subset of a sample is called an event Those subsets containing a single outcome are called simple events In rolling a die the event might be that an even number is rolled There are six simple events 1,2,3,4,5,6
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a phenomenon located at a single point in space-time; the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory
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An event is a planned and organized occasion, for example a social gathering or a sports match. major sporting events. our programme of lectures and social events
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Most commonly, the occurrence of an action taken by the user, such as right-clicking the mouse, that's recognized by the operating system and passed to the foreground application Windows NT and its server applications generate events, such as problem reports, without user intervention
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The target application dispatches events when something interesting has occured; those events can be mouse clicks or keyboard input When a user presses a key, the target application dispatches a key event, and the capture&replay tool stores the event to the record There are other events than user interactions: focus changes on GUI elements, window events (when a window has been closed)
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something that happens at a given place and time a phenomenon located at a single point in space-time; the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory a special set of circumstances; "in that event, the first possibility is excluded"; "it may rain in which case the picnic will be canceled
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a special set of circumstances; "in that event, the first possibility is excluded"; "it may rain in which case the picnic will be canceled"
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An event is something that happens, especially when it is unusual or important. You can use events to describe all the things that are happening in a particular situation. the events of Black Wednesday A new book by Grass is always an event
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Any action, often generated by a user or an ActiveX control, to which a program might respond Typical events include pressing a keyboard key, choosing a button by using a mouse click, and other mouse actions Programmers write code to respond to these actions
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That which comes, arrives, or happens; that which falls out; any incident, good or bad
event
chance
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What occurs when two particles collide or a single particle decays Particle theories predict the probabilities of various possible events occurring when many similar collisions or decays are studied They cannot predict the outcome for any single event
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Clients are informed of information asynchronously by means of events These events can be either asynchronously generated from devices or generated as side effects of client requests Events are grouped into types The server never sends an event to a client unless the client has specifically asked to be informed of that type of event However, clients can force events to be sent to other clients Events are typically reported relative to a window
event
something that happens at a given place and time
event
In ordinary language, an occurrence, a happening In MIDI, the signal that is transmittted-- like note on, note off, program change, control change [See also: PROGRAM CHANGE, CONTROL CHANGE ]
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An event is a change within the system, including the creation or deletion of objects or relationships, the starting or stopping of an activity, and the reception of messages
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n 1 Some sort of significant event, such as a user gesture (such as moving the pointer, pressing a pointer button, or typing a keystroke) or a window configuration event (such as resizing a window) 2 A Lisp object that represents an event [annotate]
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An event is one of the races or competitions that are part of an organized occasion such as a sports meeting. A solo piper opens Aberdeen Highland Games at 10am and the main events start at 1pm
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You use in the event of, in the event that, and in that event when you are talking about a possible future situation, especially when you are planning what to do if it occurs. The bank has agreed to give an immediate refund in the unlikely event of an error being made
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{i} occurrence, happening; competition, contest
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An occurrence of social or personal importance
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Network message indicating operational irregularities in physical elements of a network or a response to the occurrence of a significant task, typically the completion of a request for information See also alarm and trap
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In probability, an event is an occurrence or the possibility of an occurrence that is being investigated
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A signal fired by the operating system in response to a user action For example, when a user clicks (and holds down) a mouse button, a MouseDown event is sent by the operating system The active application intercepts this signal and executes the code attached to the MouseDown event
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—A notification by a program or operating system that "something has happened " An event may be fired (or raised) in response to the occurrence of a pre-defined action (e g , a window getting focus, a user clicking a button, a timer indicating a specific interval of time has passed, or a program starting up or shutting down) In response to an event, an event handler is called
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An affair in hand; business; enterprise
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An occurrence during the execution of a task, such as the completion of an input/output operation
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An event occurs when two particles collide or a single particle decays Particle theories predict the probabilities of various events occurring when many similar collisions or decays are studied They cannot predict the outcome for a single collision or decay
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An event is the representation of some asynchronous occurrence (such as a mouse click on the presentation of the element, or the removal of child node from an element, or any of unthinkably many other possibilities) that gets associated with an event target
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A geographic feature occurring on or along a linear feature There are three event types: linear, continuous, and point For example, a left lane closure on route I-10 from the 1 5 to 2 1 mileposts is a linear event A continuous event is a linear event where the start position of a segment is the same as the end position of its preceding event, such as for speed limits A point event occurs at a point along a route, for example, an accident at milepost 6 3 on route I-10 In ArcInfo, an event is defined in terms of a route and measures along the route See also route-system
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(n ) A previous line of input from the terminal; usually either a command line or an attempted command line The UNIX® history function maintains a numbered list of the last several events that you have entered
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The consequence of anything; the issue; conclusion; result; that in which an action, operation, or series of operations, terminates
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An "event" in genetic engineering is the insertion of a particular piece of foreign DNA into the chromosome of the recipient Insertion occurs in random locations, so each event is unique The event can affect how a gene is expressed in the organism Once an event occurs, the transgene can be passed to the next generation as a normally inherited gene
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Generic term for a signal occurring in the detector For the X-ray cameras, the deposition of an X-ray in the CCD produces signal charge, which is eventually registered when the matrix of pixel charges are read out to external electronics Anything registered above the threshold level of these electronics might also be considered an event, for example the detection of a cosmic ray or proton, gamma ray, or other noise source In the OM, the desirable signal event is of course the detection of an optical photon In the science documents, event is used synonymously with "photon" and "count"
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An event is created when a room(s) is attached to a job description Students can access the interview information on InterviewTRAK only when this step has been completed
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A point in spacetime having three spatial coordinates and one temporal coordinate
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a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon; "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"; "his decision had depressing consequences for business"; "he acted very wise after the event"
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The link between the behavior that a component wants to react to and the code that tells the application how to respond Java differentiates between the source of an event (the provider) and the handler for an event (what to do) In NonStop™ DOM and JORB, an asynchronous message sent by one object to another In Distributed System Management (DSM), an error or other occurrence of significance to the operator, described in a message from a software subsystem to the Event Management Service (EMS)
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You say in any event after you have been discussing a situation, in order to indicate that what you are saying is true or possible, in spite of anything that has happened or may happen. In any event, the bowling alley restaurant proved quite acceptable. = anyway
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You say in the event after you have been discussing what could have happened in a particular situation, in order to indicate that you are now describing what actually did happen. `Don't underestimate us', Norman Willis warned last year. There was, in the event, little danger of that
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The direct or indirect report of external activity, especially user activity on the keyboard and mouse
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1 A significant action, such as a user gesture (e g , moving the pointer, pressing a pointer button, or typing a keystroke) or a window configuration change (e g , resizing a window) 2 A Lisp object that represents an event
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To break forth
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eventfully
in an eventful manner; momentously, significantly
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