fidelity

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} vefa

En büyük nimet sağlık, en büyük zenginlik kanaat, en büyük bağ da vefadır. - Health is the greatest gift; satisfaction the greatest wealth; fidelity the greatest relation.

sadakat

Sadakati nasıl tanımlıyorsun? - How do you define fidelity?

Onu rahatsız eden sadakat değil. - What bothers him is not the fidelity.

{i} sadakât

Sadakati nasıl tanımlıyorsun? - How do you define fidelity?

Onu rahatsız eden sadakat değil. - What bothers him is not the fidelity.

aslına uygunluk
vefa duygusu
aslına sadakat
bağlılık
doğruluk/bağlılık
(Nükleer Bilimler) sadıklık
{i} uygunluk
{i} doğruluk
high fidelity sesi tabii olarak kaydetme sistemi
(Askeri) uygunluk derecesi
loyalty
sadakat

Diktatörün tüm yardımcıları ile ilgili mutlak sadakatı vardı. - The dictator had the absolute loyalty of all his aides.

Sadakatını sorguluyorum. - I question your loyalty.

loyalty
{i} sadakât

Sadakatını sorguluyorum. - I question your loyalty.

Onun sadakatini takdir ediyorum. - I appreciate her loyalty.

loyalty
bağlılık
fidelity bond
kefalet senedi
fidelity guarantee
doğruluğa kefalet
fidelity bond
(Ticaret) doğruluk bonosu
fidelity of simulation
(Askeri) benzetme doğruluğu
high fidelity
yüksek doğruluk
loyalty
bağlılık duygusu
colour fidelity
doğal renklere sadakat
high fidelity
yüksek duyarlılık
high fidelity
sesi aslına yakın derecede verme
high fidelity amplifier
yüksek sadakatli kuvvetlendirici
high fidelity sound system
hı fı ses sistemi
low fidelity
düşük sadakat
wireless fidelity
kablosuz vefa
high fidelity
sesi çok doğal bir şekilde veren (radyo/pikap/hoparlör)
high fidelity
doğala en yakın ses veren alet
high fidelity
sesi çok doğal bir şekilde verme
high fidelity sound system
hı-fı ses sistemi
high fidelity sound system
hi-fi ses sistemi
loyalty
hulus
loyalty
loyalty oath sadakat yemini
surety and fidelity insurance
teminat ve doğruluk sigorta
with fidelity
aynen
with fidelity
kelimesi kelimesine
İngilizce - İngilizce
the degree to which a system accurately reproduces an input
faithfulness to one's duties
accuracy, or exact correspondence to some given quality or fact
loyalty, especially to one's spouse
loyalty
{n} faithfulness, honesty, justice, loyalty
A term used to describe the accuracy of recording, reproduction, or general quality of audio processing 2
The accuracy to which an electrical system, such as a radio, reproduces at its output the essential characteristics of its input signal
faithfulness to ones duties
Refers to how well a positive behavioral support plan is being implemented based on the original plans that were agreed upon by team members
Adherence to truth; veracity; honesty
The accuracy of the representation when compared to the real world
Adherence to the marriage contract
the quality of being faithful
{i} strict faithfulness, loyalty; exactness, precision, accuracy; adherence to detail
The accuracy with which a given model is implemented High fidelity implies high accuracy (e g , high fidelity: a model that represents the detailed fly-out of a missile with updates in micro-seconds in 6 degrees of freedom; low fidelity, a model that represents a flight of 4 aircraft as one entity with updates every 10 seconds in position, altitude, speed, and direction of flight )
Faithfulness; adherence to right; careful and exact observance of duty, or discharge of obligations
The recording or reproduction quality
Fidelity is loyalty to a person, organization, or set of beliefs. I had to promise fidelity to the Queen. = loyalty disloyalty
1: the accuracy of the representation when compared to the real world 2: (a) the similarity, both physical and functional, between the simulation and that which it simulates, (b) ameasure of the realism of a simulation, or (c) the degree to which the representation within a simulation is similar to a real world object, feature, or condition in a measurable or perceivable manner   GCS cell - each cell covers one degree of latitude by one degree of longitude  
n   A virtue peculiar to those who are about to be betrayed
accuracy with which an electronic system reproduces the sound or image of its input signal
accuracy with which an electronic system reproduces the sound or image of its input signal the quality of being faithful
Adherence to a person or party to which one is bound; loyalty
(N) -faithfulness to obligations, duties, or observances
Fidelity is being loyal to your husband, wife, or partner by not having a sexual relationship with anyone else. Wanting fidelity implies you're thinking about a major relationship. infidelity
A principle that forbids misleading or deceiving any creature capable of being mislead or deceived We are to be truthful in our dealings with others
The degree to which output reflects input The extent to which transcripion, translation, and replication represent template information
The fidelity of something such as a report or translation is the degree to which it is accurate. the fidelity of these early documents. = accuracy
The probability for a string to correctly transmit its code to its offspring The fidelity F is just 1 - P, where P is the error probability If only copy errors arise with probability R, the fidelity is F = (1-R)l where l is the length of the code If insert and delete mutation occur with probability Pi and Pd respectively, the effective fidelity is F = (1-R)l - Pi - Pd
  The degree to which a system, or a portion of a system, accurately reproduces, at its output, the essential characteristics of the signal impressed upon its input or the result of a prescribed operation on the signal impressed upon its input   (188)
Keep your promises and agreements; be trustworthy
The degree to which simulation matches the real system and the environment in terms of physical characteristics, functional characteristics (stimulus and response options) and conceptual fidelity (realism of the thought processes stimulated in the student)
loyalty, especially to ones spouse
Agreement (concordance) of a replicated program model or strategy with the specification of the original On a continuum of high to low, where high represents the closest adherence to the developer's design, it is the degree of fit between the developer-defined components of a substance abuse prevention intervention and its actual implementation in a given organizational or community setting In operational terms, it is the rigor with which an intervention adheres to the developer's model
fidelity bond
An insurance contract that covers an employer against loss due to fraudulent or dishonest employees
fidelity bonds
plural form of fidelity bond
fidelity bond
see Employee dishonesty coverage
fidelity bond
Insurance coverage purchased by an employer to cover employees who are entrusted with valuable property or funds, to protect against specified losses arising from any dishonest act by these employees
fidelity bond
Protects participants in the event a fiduciary or other responsible person steals or mishandles plan assets
fidelity bond
See: Blanket fidelity bond
fidelity bond
Guarantees protection against misappropriation of City assets entrusted to a contractor
fidelity bond
Bond that protects an employer against dishonest or fraudulent acts of employees, such as embezzlement, fraud, or theft of money
fidelity bond
Every plan fiduciary and every person who handles funds must obtain a bond The minimum bond amount is the greater of $1,000 or 10% of the funds handled Anyone with discretionary authority over the plan's administration or funds must be bonded
fidelity bond
A bond which will reimburse an employer for loss up to the amount of the bond, sustained by an employer (the insured) by reason of any dishonest act of an employee (or employees) covered by the bond
fidelity bond
1 A method by which employers insure themselves against the dishonesty of their employees through which the company suffers financial loss It is a legal contract and is not something you carry around like a driver;s license but something similar to an insurance policy, applying to a specific set of circumstances
fidelity bond
A form of protection that covers policyholders for losses that they incur as a result of fraudulent acts by specified individuals It usually insures a business for losses caused by the dishonest acts of its employees
fidelity bond
An insurance bond that is obtained to protect against financial loss from dishonest acts of persons entrusted with authority to manage funds
fidelity bond
Class of bonds that guarantees an employee's honest discharge of duty; written to protect an insured from dishonest acts by employees
fidelity bond
Sometimes referred to as a "dishonesty" bond, it insures a Benefit Fund against dishonest acts and/or theft of Fund moneys or property by the Trustees or any employees of the Fund
fidelity bond
An obligation of the insurance company against financial loss caused by the dishonest acts of employees
fidelity bond
As required by DOL regulations, a bond which indemnifies the plan (protects the participants) against fiduciary malfeasance or misfeasance
fidelity bond
A bond which will reimburse an employer for loss up to the amount of the bond, sustained by the employer named in the bond (the insured), due to any dishonest act of a covered employee
fidelity bond
An insurance policy purchased by a company to protect against losses from dishonest employees It can cover the theft of money or other company assets
fidelity bond
formal agreement under which an employer would be reimbursed for loss, up to an amount specified, that may result from a dishonest act of covered employee occupying a position of trust Community associations may purchase fidelity insurance to protect themselves from theft by residents or managers
fidelity bond
Covers the employer for loss caused by the dishonest act of an employee(s) Unlike a surety bond, a fidelity bond is purchased for the employer's benefit only These can be obtained as a blanket bond covering all employees or a schedule bond covering only certain employees/positions
fidelity bond
A Bond which will reimburse an employer for loss, up to the amount of the bond, sustained by the employer named in the bond (the Insured or Principal) by reason of any dishonest act of any employee covered by the bond Also known as Employee Dishonesty bond The Fidelity Bond is frequently purchased as a part of the Crime Policy
fidelity bond
Protects an insured business against dishonest acts such as embezzlement, forgery and theft committed by employees
fidelity bond
An assurance, generally purchased by an employer, to cover employees who are entrusted with valuable property or funds
fidelity bond
A type of bond that is obtained by an employer to protect against economic loss from dishonest acts of its employees (Source: FNMA Selling Guide, Glossary)
fidelity bond
A type of insurance used by the funds to reimburse any fraud by the employees of the distribution company The amount of Fidelity Bond coverage for each fund is set by law The trustees of a fund have the responsibility of making sure that the coverage is adequate
fidelity duty
obligation to look after the interests of a trustee
high fidelity
An electronic system that reproduces a given sound or image with relatively high accuracy
high fidelity
Characterized by minimal distortion
Fidel
{i} male first name; Fidel Castro (born 1927), Cuban revolutionary leader who established a socialist state in 1957, prime minister of Cuba (1957-1979) and president since 1979
high fidelity
accurate audio reproduction with little distortion
high fidelity
the reproduction of sound with little or no distortion
high fidelity
high fidelity recording equipment produces sound that is very clear hi-fi
high fidelity
A kind of sound-reproducing system whose realism of reproduction is judged to be better than average Stereo reproduction can be high fidelity or otherwise The pursuit of perfection in sound reproduction, as a hobby or a religion
high fidelity
The reproduction or amplification of sound waves with a minimum of distortion
high-fidelity
characterized by minimal distortion in sound reproduction; "a high-fidelity recording"; "a hi-fi system
fidelity