experiment

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İngilizce - Türkçe
deney

Şu iki deney benzer sonuçlar vermiştir. - Those two experiments yielded similar results.

O, sınıfta öğrendiğini deneyde uyguladı. - She applied what she had learned in class to the experiment.

(Askeri) TECRÜBE, DENEYİM
(Tıp) eksperiment
deney,v.deney yap: n.deney
deneyden geçirmek
deney yapmak
{i} deneme

Denemekten korkmayın. - Don't be afraid to experiment.

Deneme başarısız oldu. - The experiment failed.

{f} denemek

Tom denemekten korkmuyor. - Tom isn't afraid of experimenting.

Denemekten korkmayın. - Don't be afraid to experiment.

(Tıp) Dene, tecrübe
{f} deneye tabi tutmak
(Askeri) tecrübe etmek
deney uygulamak
(Askeri,Felsefe) deneyim

İnsanlar basit deneyimlerle birçok hatadan kaçınabilirlerdi. - People could have avoided many mistakes by simple experiments.

Şartların biraz farklı olduğunu göz ardı edersek, deneyimizin sonuçları Robinson'ınkiyle aynıydı. - Ignoring the fact that the conditions were slightly different, the results of our experiment were identical with Robinson's.

test
denemesi
experimental
deneysel

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri ve Çin gibi farklı dilleri olan iki güçlü devlet ilköğretim okullarında Esperanto deneysel öğretimi üzerinde anlaşmaya varsalardı ne olurdu? - What would happen if two powerful nations with different languages - such as United States and China - would agree upon the experimental teaching of Esperanto in elementary schools?

Deneysel kurulum neye benziyordu? Ne neye ve nasıl bağlıydı? - What did the experimental set-up look like? What was connected to what and how?

experiment with
deney yap
experiment in chemistry
kimya deneyi
experiment using scientific methods
deney bilimsel yöntemlerle
experiment, experimentation
deneme, deneme
experiment, trial
deneme, deneme
experiment, try, check
deneme, deneyin
experiment with
(Fiili Deyim ) deneylerle yapmak , tecrübe kazanmak
exponential experiment
(Nükleer Bilimler) üstel deney
experimental
{s} denek
experimentation
deney
conduct an experiment
deney yapmak
experiment with
deney yapmak
experimental
(Tıp) ekspiryum
experimental
tecrübi
experimental
(Tıp) eksperimental
experimental
(Dilbilim) araçlı
experimentation
tecrübe
experimented
denenmiş
experimenter
araştırıcı
experimenting
deneyim

Tom deneyimi seviyor. - Tom likes experimenting.

experiments
deneyler

Deneyler büyük buluşlara yol açtı. - The experiments led to great discoveries.

Bu alanda birçok deneyler yapılmıştır. - Many experiments have been carried out in this field.

perceptual experiment
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) algısal deney
perform an experiment
deney yapmak
control experiment
kontrol deneyi
experimentation
deneyim
experimentation
deney yapma
experimentation
deneycilik
experimenter
deneyci
pilot experiment
pilot deneyi
through an experiment
deney boyunca
Multinational Experiment
(Askeri) Çok uluslu deneme
design of experiment
deney tasarımı
do experiment
deney
field experiment
Saha deneyi, doğal ortamda, doğal koşullar altında yapılan deney
make experiment
deney yapmak
pitch drop experiment
zift damlası deneyi
set up an experiment
deney düzeneği hazırlamak
to experiment on oneself
kendini deneme için
critical experiment
(Nükleer Bilimler) kritik deney
experimental
deneylemeli
experimental
{s} deneme niteliğinde
experimental
(Nükleer Bilimler) deneysel,denel
experimental
(Tıp) Deneysel, denel, tecrübi
experimental
{s} deneyde kullanılan
experimental
{s} deneyimle kazanılan
experimental
deneyli
experimental
deney

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri ve Çin gibi farklı dilleri olan iki güçlü devlet ilköğretim okullarında Esperanto deneysel öğretimi üzerinde anlaşmaya varsalardı ne olurdu? - What would happen if two powerful nations with different languages - such as United States and China - would agree upon the experimental teaching of Esperanto in elementary schools?

Deneysel kurulum neye benziyordu? Ne neye ve nasıl bağlıydı? - What did the experimental set-up look like? What was connected to what and how?

experimentation
deneyleme
experimentation
deneme
factorial experiment design
etmensel deney tasarim
integral experiment
(Nükleer Bilimler) toplam(bütün) deney
perceptual experiment
algisal deney
prototype experiment
(Çevre) prototip denemesi
random experiment
(Bilgisayar) rastgele deney
random experiment
rasgele deney
transmission experiment
(Nükleer Bilimler) geçme deneyi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To conduct an experiment
To test or ascertain by experiment; to try out; to make an experiment on

Til they had experimented whiche was trewe, and who knewe most.

To experience; to feel; to perceive; to detect

The Earth, the which may have carried us about perpetually ... without our being ever able to experiment its rest.

A test under controlled conditions made to either demonstrate a known truth, examine the validity of a hypothesis, or determine the efficacy of something previously untried
Experience, practical familiarity with something

Pilot Vpon his card and compas firmes his eye, / The maisters of his long experiment, / And to them does the steddy helme apply .

try something new, as in order to gain experience; "Students experiment sexually"; "The composer experimented with a new style
To try; to know, perceive, or prove, by trial or experience
an investigation of cause-effect relationships done by controlling or carefully manipulating particular variables to note their effects on other variables
To make experiment; to operate by test or trial; often with on, upon, or in, referring to the subject of an experiment; with, referring to the instrument; and by, referring to the means; as, to experiment upon electricity; he experimented in plowing with ponies, or by steam power
an activity designed to test a hypothesis
To experiment means to try out a new idea or method to see what it is like and what effects it has. if you like cooking and have the time to experiment He believes that students should be encouraged to experiment with bold ideas. + experimentation ex·peri·men·ta·tion Decentralization and experimentation must be encouraged. Cavendish experiment Michelson Morley experiment Millikan oil drop experiment
What distinguishes an experiment from an observational study is that in an experiment, the experimenter decides who receives the treatment
to conduct a test or investigation; "We are experimenting with the new drug in order to fight this disease"
try something new, as in order to gain experience; "Students experiment sexually"; "The composer experimented with a new style"
A test of a scientific idea under controlled conditions
one under conditions determined by the experimenter; an act or operation undertaken in order to discover some unknown principle or effect, or to test, establish, or illustrate some suggested or known truth; practical test; proof
A trial or special observation, made to confirm or disprove something doubtful; esp
Experience
the testing of an idea; "it was an experiment in living"; "not all experimentation is done in laboratories"
the act of conducting a controlled test or investigation
a venture at something new or different; "as an experiment he decided to grow a beard"
{n} the trial of any thing, essay, proof
a test made to demonstrate a known truth, to examine the validity of a hypothesis, or to determine the efficacy of something previously untried
the act of conducting a controlled test or investigation a venture at something new or different; "as an experiment he decided to grow a beard"
{v} to try, to search out by trial
the act of conducting a controlled test or investigation a venture at something new or different; "as an experiment he decided to grow a beard" the testing of an idea; "it was an experiment in living"; "not all experimentation is done in laboratories" to conduct a test or investigation; "We are experimenting with the new drug in order to fight this disease" try something new, as in order to gain experience; "Students experiment sexually"; "The composer experimented with a new style
a test or tests that are used to find out or prove something or to see whether a theory is correct
{f} attempt to discover or test something, try, venture, research
A carefully controlled test, made to see if a hypothesis is correct
a test, especially a scientific one, carried out in order to discover whether a theory is correct or what the results of a particular course of action would be; a series of actions carried out to test a theory, demonstrate a fact or find out what happens
one particular instance, or execution, of a science model; consists of one or more experiment steps
The process of making an observation or taking a measurement
A trial or test of a scientific hypothesis or generalization by manipulation of environmental factors to observe whether what results agrees, or disagrees, with what the hypothesis predicts See: hypothesis
A method of research which permits the inference of cause and effect At least two groups of subjects are treated exactly alike in all ways except one, the independent variable Differences in the behaviour of the Experimental and Control group which cannot be accounted for by experimental error are then attributed to the effect of the experimental treatment
A process that generates well-defined outcomes
{i} attempt to discover or test something, trial, research
The modification of the conditions of a group or groups that have been chosen for study, and the analysis of the resulting outcomes
An action that has various outcomes that occur unpredictably and can be repeated indefinitely under the same conditions
A way to carry out an investigation
refers to the design of research that meets a critical criteria That criteria requires two or more groups of subjects being assigned to a controlled setting, condition, or experience in which the researcher manipulates the critical conditions and all other conditions are constant Most frequently this is accomplished by using three conditions
A test carried out under controlled conditions A test under controlled conditions that is made to demonstrate a known truth, examine the validity of a hypothesis, or determine the efficacy of something previously untried
The company is experimenting with a new practice, the results of which are not yet known (Stage: as distinguished from a Success Story or a Failed Experiment )
in an experiment, the investigator sets the users a series of tasks and quantifies their performance
An experiment is a scientific test which is done in order to discover what happens to something in particular conditions. The astronauts are conducting a series of experiments to learn more about how the body adapts to weightlessness This question can be answered only by experiment
A controlled investigation designed to evaluate the outcomes of causal manipulations on some system of interest
If you experiment with something or experiment on it, you do a scientific test on it in order to discover what happens to it in particular conditions. In 1857 Mendel started experimenting with peas in his monastery garden The scientists have already experimented at each other's test sites. + experimentation ex·peri·men·ta·tion the ethical aspects of animal experimentation. + experimenter experimenters ex·peri·ment·er When the experimenters repeated the tests on themselves, they observed an exactly opposite effect
an experiment that takes place at CERN using CERN's equipment, buildings etc An experiment to become the official CERN experiment has to be approved by special committee It can be only approved after testing the experiment and proving that the experiment can be done at CERN site The date of its approval is called approval date However experiment is 'unofficially' registered in User Office before it is approved in order to let registration of people coming to work to test the experiment
a test or trial to discover something unknown; to determine a cause-and-effect relationship
collection of tasks running on a supercomputer, defined by the -> component models (model name, release, resolution, options different from default version), the -> algorithmic coupling interface between the component models, the initial state of the models, initial date and length of the simulation, the -> coupling implementation, the target machine, model raw output (if different from default); an experiment can be made up of a series of consecutive (restarted) -> runs
An experiment is the trying out of a new idea or method in order to see what it is like and what effects it has. As an experiment, we bought Ted a watch
experiment station
An establishment in which scientific experiments are conducted in a specific field, such as agriculture, and practical uses are developed
experiment station
place where experiments are carried out
Milgram experiment
An experiment performed by Stanley Milgram in 1963
factorial experiment
An experiment in which all combinations of multiple parameters or variables are each tested
thought experiment
an attempt to solve a problem using the power of human imagination
experimental
{a} founded upon experiment, real
experimenter
{n} one who makes trials
Schrödinger's cat experiment
(Felsefe) Schrödinger's cat experiment is a famous illustration of the principle in quantum theory of superposition, proposed by Erwin Schrödinger in 1935. Schrödinger's cat serves to demonstrate the apparent conflict between what quantum theory tells us is true about the nature and behavior of matter on the microscopic level and what we observe to be true about the nature and behavior of matter on the macroscopic level
field experiment
(Bilim, İlim) One that is conducted in a natural setting (where the external validity is usually higher than the internal validity)
Cavendish experiment
Measurement of the force of gravitational attraction between pairs of lead spheres, which allowed the first calculation of the value of the universal gravitational constant, G. Performed in 1797-98 by the British scientist Henry Cavendish (1731-1810) using a torsion balance, the experiment was popularly known as "weighing Earth," because determination of G permitted calculation of Earth's mass
Michelson-Morley experiment
Attempt to detect the velocity of the Earth with respect to ether, a hypothetical medium in space formerly proposed to carry light waves. It was first performed in Berlin in 1881 by A.A. Michelson and refined in the U.S. in 1887 by Michelson and Edward W. Morley (1838-1923). The procedure assumed that if the speed of light were constant with respect to the ether, the motion of the Earth could be detected by comparing the speed of light in the direction of the Earth's motion and the speed of light at right angles to the Earth's motion. No difference was found, and the result discredited the ether theory. As a result, Albert Einstein proposed in 1905 that the speed of light is a universal constant
Millikan oil-drop experiment
First method for direct measurement of the electric charge of a single electron, originally performed in 1909 by Robert Millikan. He used a microscope to measure the rate of descent of tiny oil droplets directed through the top of a box. By halting the descent of droplets carrying their own electric charge by means of precisely adjusting the voltage between the box's metal top and bottom, he discovered that the electric charges on the drops were all whole-number multiples of a lowest value, the elementary electric charge itself, and thus that electric charge exists in basic natural units
control experiment
An experiment that isolates the effect of one variable on a system by holding constant all variables but the one under observation
control experiment
experiment in which the variables are controlled so that the result of varying one factor at a time may be observed
control experiment
an experiment designed to control for variables affecting the results of another experiment
controlled experiment
a scientific test done in a place where you can control all the things that might affect the test
experimental
playful
experimental
"Experimental" status indicates that the directive is available as part of the Apache kit, but you're on your own if you try to use it The directive is being documented for completeness, and is not necessarily supported The module which provides the directive may or may not be compiled in by default; check the top of the page which describes the directive and its module to see if it remarks on the availability
experimental
{s} of or pertaining to an experiment, empirical, speculative, exploratory
experimental
relating to or based on experiment; "experimental physics"
experimental
relying on observation or experiment; "experimental results that supported the hypothesis" of the nature of or undergoing an experiment; "an experimental drug"; "a pilot project"; "a test run"; "a trial separation" relating to or based on experiment; "experimental physics
experimental
of or pertaining to an experiment
experimental
amateurish, meaningless, afraid of success
experimental
relating to or based on experiment; "experimental physics
experimental
A research design that allows researchers to determine how selected variables (independent variables) influence an outcome (dependent variable) Researchers use experimental designs to make judgments about causes and effects
experimental
An experimental action is done in order to see what it is like, or what effects it has. The British Sports Minister is reported to be ready to argue for an experimental lifting of the ban. + experimentally ex·peri·men·tal·ly This system is being tried out experimentally at many universities
experimental
"Experimental" status indicates that the module is available as part of the Apache kit, but you are on your own if you try to use it The module is being documented for completeness, and is not necessarily supported
experimental
Pertaining to experiment; founded on, or derived from, experiment or trial; as, experimental science; given to, or skilled in, experiment; as, an experimental philosopher
experimental
Known by, or derived from, experience; as, experimental religion
experimental
Experimental means using, used in, or resulting from scientific experiments. the main techniques of experimental science. + experimentally ex·peri·men·tal·ly an ecology laboratory, where communities of species can be studied experimentally under controlled conditions
experimental
Not yet proven or available for general use
experimental
Something that is experimental is new or uses new ideas or methods, and might be modified later if it is unsuccessful. an experimental air conditioning system The technique is experimental, but the list of its practitioners is growing
experimental
and Sampling Units 'An experimental unit is the unit of material to which one application of a treatment is applied' (Steel and Torrie, 1980) Observations (our data) that we wish to analyse or summarise are derived from a basic sampling unit which is some fraction of the experimental unit The experimental unit could be a group of people, animals, plants, test-tubes etc The sampling unit would one person, plant test-tube etc
experimental
relying on observation or experiment; "experimental results that supported the hypothesis"
experimental
of the nature of or undergoing an experiment; "an experimental drug"; "a pilot project"; "a test run"; "a trial separation"
experimentation
1 The act of conducting a controlled test or investigation 2 The act of trying out a new procedure, idea, or activity
experimentation
A set of actions and observations, performed to verify or falsify a hypothesis or to research a causal relationship between phenomena
experimentation
the testing of an idea; "it was an experiment in living"; "not all experimentation is done in laboratories"
experimentation
{i} testing, trying, experimenting (in order to learn, discover an unknown, or prove a principle or theory)
experimentation
Voluntary, Integrative, Conscious Scientific Experiences
experimentation
Data collection that involves maintaining certain variables constant so that the effects of the experimental variables can be measured p 179
experimentation
A market research technique in which the reactions of similar people are compared under different circumstances
experimentation
the act of conducting a controlled test or investigation
experimentation
To search out by trial
experimentation
The act of experimenting; practice by experiment
experimentation
Given a defined purpose, the process and actions of exploring movement to solve a specific problem or discover motive
experimented
past of experiment
experimenter
A person who experiments
experimenter
One who makes experiments; one skilled in experiments
experimenter
a person who enjoys testing innovative ideas; "she was an experimenter in new forms of poetry"
experimenter
{i} one who conducts experiments, one who tests, one who tries
experimenter
a research worker who conducts experiments
experimenter
a research worker who conducts experiments a person who enjoys testing innovative ideas; "she was an experimenter in new forms of poetry
experimenting
present participle of experiment
experiments
third-person singular of experiment
experiments
plural of experiment
michelson-morley experiment
a celebrated experiment conducted by Albert Michelson and Edward Morley; their failure to detect any influence of the earth's motion on the velocity of light was the starting point for Einstein's theory of relativity
nuclear experiment
experiment which examines the process of fusion of plutonium or uranium
pilot experiment
a preliminary experiment whose outcome can lead to a more extensive experiment
scientific experiment
experiment using scientific methods
thought experiment
An experiment that cannot be or is not carried out in practice; it is reasoned through by thought and intuition tidal force - A gravitational force that causes a changing effect on the shape of an object
thought experiment
an attempt to conceive the consequences of an intervention in the world without actually intervening In some cases, an actual experiment would be preferable but is impossible in practice or perhaps even in theory
thought experiment
imagined events that attempt to explain certain effects so as to arrive at a real explanation I coined the term " nature experiment" to contrast with this approach [3: Ulrich Kühne - Thought Experiments and Explanations ]
experiment