foundations

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İngilizce - Türkçe
altyapılar
(isim) temeller
temel

Zayıf temeller evin çökmesine yol açtı. - Weak foundations caused the house to subside.

Yani sonuçta, Web'i dil öğrenmede daha iyi bir yer yapmak için biz Tatoeba ile sadece temelleri inşa ediyoruz. - So ultimately, with Tatoeba we are only building the foundations… to make the Web a better place for language learning.

{i} temeller

Gıda, giyim ve barınak hayatta kalmanın temelleridir. - Food, clothing and shelter are the foundations of survival.

Yani sonuçta, Web'i dil öğrenmede daha iyi bir yer yapmak için biz Tatoeba ile sadece temelleri inşa ediyoruz. - So ultimately, with Tatoeba we are only building the foundations… to make the Web a better place for language learning.

Foundation
{i} kurum
foundation
vakıf

O, vakıf adına araştırma yapmak için bir burs kazandı. - He was awarded a scholarship to do research for the foundation.

Dan eski kütüphanesini iyileştirmek için yerel vakıflardan fon aldı. - Dan received funds from local foundations to improve his old library.

Foundation
{i} temel

Yani sonuçta, Web'i dil öğrenmede daha iyi bir yer yapmak için biz Tatoeba ile sadece temelleri inşa ediyoruz. - So ultimately, with Tatoeba we are only building the foundations… to make the Web a better place for language learning.

Kolonlar sağlam bir temel sağlamaktadır. - Columns provide a solid foundation.

foundation
kuruluş
foundation
dayanak

Bu iddialar bir bilimsel dayanaktan yoksun. - These claims lack a scientific foundation.

foundation
(Tıp) Temel, kaide, dayanak, üzerine herhangi birşey kurulan veya oturtulan kısım
Foundation
{i} esas
foundation
asıl

Suçlamalarınızın hepsi asılsız. O masum ve biz bunu kanıtlayacağız. - All of your accusations are without foundation. She's innocent and we're going to prove it.

foundation
tesis etme
community foundations
(Politika, Siyaset) cemaat vakıfları
foundation
özül
foundation
döşek
foundation
(Ticaret) işletme
foundation
(Askeri) zemin
foundation
temel yapısı
foundation
tesis
foundation
altyapı
foundation
yapma

Yani sonuçta, Web'i dil öğrenmede daha iyi bir yer yapmak için biz Tatoeba ile sadece temelleri inşa ediyoruz. - So ultimately, with Tatoeba we are only building the foundations… to make the Web a better place for language learning.

O, vakıf adına araştırma yapmak için bir burs kazandı. - He was awarded a scholarship to do research for the foundation.

foundation
kurma
lay the foundations
temel atmak
Foundation
vakfı
foundation
enfrastrüktür
foundation
(Kozmetik) Fondöten: Kadınların, cildi pürüzsüz göstermesi, renk vermesi için yüzlerine sürdükleri yarı sıvı veya boyalı krem
Foundation
{i} makyaj altı kremi
Foundation
{i} korse
Foundation
{i} fondöten
Foundation
{i} astar
charitable foundations
(Ticaret) hayır kuruluşları
foundation
foundation garment korse
foundation
evkaf
foundation
temel/kuruluş
lay the foundations of
esaslarını koymak
lay the foundations of
temelini atmak
lay the foundations of
temellerini atmak
settlement of pile foundations
kazıklı temellerin oturması
shaken to the foundations
temelleri sarsılmış
İngilizce - İngilizce
Plural of foundation
{i} base, substructure (i.e. of a building)
foundations of mathematics
Scientific inquiry into the nature of mathematical theories and the scope of mathematical methods. It began with Euclid's Elements as an inquiry into the logical and philosophical basis of mathematics in essence, whether the axioms of any system (be it Euclidean geometry or calculus) can ensure its completeness and consistency. In the modern era, this debate for a time divided into three schools of thought: logicism, formalism, and intuitionism. Logicists supposed that abstract mathematical objects can be entirely developed starting from basic ideas of sets and rational, or logical, thought; a variant of logicism, known as mathematical Platonism, views these objects as existing external to and independent of an observer. Formalists believed mathematics to be the manipulation of configurations of symbols according to prescribed rules, a "game" independent of any physical interpretation of the symbols. Intuitionists rejected certain concepts of logic and the notion that the axiomatic method would suffice to explain all of mathematics, instead seeing mathematics as an intellectual activity dealing with mental constructions (see constructivism) independent of language and any external reality. In the 20th century, Gödel's theorem ended any hope of finding an axiomatic basis of mathematics that was both complete and free from contradictions
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Cosmetic cream roughly skin-colored, designed to make the face appear uniform in color and texture
foundation
The act of founding, fixing, establishing, or beginning to erect

The foundation of his institute has been wrought with difficulty.

foundation
The lowest and supporting part or member of a wall, including the base course and footing courses; in a frame house, the whole substructure of masonry

The foundations of this construction have been laid out.

foundation
That which is founded, or established by endowment; an endowed institution or charity

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foundation
A donation or legacy appropriated to support a charitable institution, and constituting a permanent fund; endowment
Foundation
fundament
foundation
the structure on which the building rests
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The foundations of a building or other structure are the layer of bricks or concrete below the ground that it is built on
foundation
{i} base, substructure; establishing, founding; institution; cosmetic cream used as a base for makeup
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lowest support of a structure; "it was built on a base of solid rock"; "he stood at the foot of the tower" education or instruction in the fundamentals of a field of knowledge; "he lacks the foundation necessary for advanced study"; "a good grounding in mathematics" an institution supported by an endowment the basis on which something is grounded; "there is little foundation for his objections
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{n} a bottom, rise, establishment, cause
Foundation
{i} science fiction series written by Isaac Asimov
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If a story, idea, or argument has no foundation, there are no facts to prove that it is true. The allegations were without foundation Each complaint is analysed very closely, and if it has no foundation it is rejected
foundation
the rationale for the attributes and domains covered by the teacher evaluation Foundations can include teacher duties and professional responsibilities, research on teaching, governmental policies, professional expertise, and theories of teaching and learning Through descriptive or prescriptive analysis, foundations become the basis upon which the domains to be covered by the evaluation are determined and the elements, indicators, and descriptors are identified This approach will help ensure that the criteria reflect the school's and district's missions and policies See Criterion, Model
foundation
the basis on which something is grounded; "there is little foundation for his objections"
foundation
The supporting portion of a structure located below the structure and supported only by soil or rock
foundation
A kind of pile The goal of many solitaire games is to eventually move all the cards onto the foundation piles Usually the foundations are empty at the start of a game, but in some games they may begin with a starter card
foundation
The supporting substructure of a building or other structure, including but not limited to basements, slabs, sills, posts or frost walls
foundation
The goal of many solitaire games is to eventually move all the cards onto the foundation piles Usually the foundations are empty at the start of a game, but in some games they may begin with a starter card
foundation
The footing and below grade level walls upon which the upper part of the structure rests
foundation
The supporting material upon which the substructure portion of a bridge is placed (2) Functional Classification The grouping of individual roads in a road system according to their purpose and the type of traffic they serve (4)
foundation
the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new; "she looked forward to her initiation as an adult"; "the foundation of a new scientific society"; "he regards the fork as a modern introduction"
foundation
and footing courses; in a frame house, the whole substructure of masonry
foundation
the supporting substructure of a building or other structure including but not limited to basements, slabs, sills, posts or frost walls
foundation
A strike in the ninth frame; base for three possible strikes in the tenth frame
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pertaining to the establishment of cathedrals: about half of the medieval cathedrals were monastic, and half were secular There are nine Old Foundation secular cathedrals in England, including Lichfield With the dissolution of the monasteries during the Reformation the monks in monastic cathedrals were replaced by secular clergy and were given a new constitution by Henry VIII Those cathedrals are known as cathedrals of the New Foundation, but cathedrals which had always had secular clergy retained their old constitutions with deans and canons, and are known as cathedrals of the Old Foundation
foundation
The supporting portion of a structure below the first floor construction, or below grade, including the footings
foundation
lowest support of a structure; "it was built on a base of solid rock"; "he stood at the foot of the tower"
foundation
The substructure which supports a building or other structure
foundation
the supporting material upon which the substructure portion of a bridge is placed
foundation
The foundation of something such as a belief or way of life is the things on which it is based. The issue strikes at the very foundation of our community This laid the foundations for later modern economic growth. If an event shakes the foundations of a society or a system of beliefs, it causes great uncertainty and makes people question their most deeply held beliefs. The destruction of war and the death of millions of young people shook the foundations of Western idealism
foundation
A strike in the ninth frame; so he called because it lays a foundation for a strong finish, with the possibility of three more strikes in the tenth
foundation
A private nonprofit organization with funds and a program managed by its own trustees and directors, established to further social, educational, religious or other charitable activities by making grants A private foundation receives its funds from, and is subject to control of, an individual family, corporation or other group of limited number In contrast, a community foundation receives its funds from multiple public sources and is classified by the IRS as a public charity
foundation
an institution supported by an endowment
foundation
The lowest and supporting part or member of a wall, including the base course (see Base course (a), under Base, n.) and footing courses; in a frame house, the whole substructure of masonry
foundation
A private non-profit organisation with funds and a program managed by its own trustees and directors, established to further social, educational, religious or other charitable activities by making grants A private foundation receives its funds from, and is subject to control of, an individual family, corporation or other group of limited number In contrast, a community foundation receives its funds from multiple public sources and is classified in the US by the IRS as a public charity
foundation
an institution supported by an endowment the basis on which something is grounded; "there is little foundation for his objections
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Foundation is a skin-coloured cream that you put on your face before putting on the rest of your make-up. see also found. Part of a structural system that supports and anchors the superstructure of a building and transmits its loads directly to the earth. To prevent damage from repeated freeze-thaw cycles, the bottom of the foundation must be below the frost line. The foundations of low-rise residential buildings are nearly all supported on spread footings, wide bases (usually of concrete) that support walls or piers and distribute the load over a greater area. A concrete grade beam supported by isolated footings, piers, or piles may be placed at ground level, especially in a building without a basement, to support the exterior wall. Spread footings are also used in greatly enlarged form for high-rise buildings. Other systems for supporting heavy loads include piles, concrete caisson columns, and building directly on exposed rock. In yielding soil, a floating foundation consisting of rigid, boxlike structures set at such a depth that the weight of the soil removed to place it equals the weight of the construction supported may be used. Nongovernmental, nonprofit organization with assets provided by donors and managed by its own officials and with income expended for socially useful purposes. Foundations can be traced back to ancient Greece. The late 19th century first saw the establishment of large foundations with broad purposes and great freedom of action, usually originating in the fortunes of wealthy industrialists. Today foundations are classified as community (having support from many donors and located in a specific community), corporation-sponsored, and independent. Notable examples include the Smithsonian Institution (1846), the Carnegie Corp. of New York (1911), the Rockefeller Foundation (1913), and the Ford Foundation (1936), one of the largest in the world. Nongovernmental organizations are known colloquially as "NGOs.". Ford Foundation Rockefeller Foundation mathematics foundations of
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The basis for a homes The foundation is located at the lowest portion of the home and is used to support the structure built upon it (More on foundations)
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Technically, the foundation is the part of a building that meets the ground, where all loads are transferred to the ground
foundation
The base that structures (buildings and bridges) are rest on They help reduce the pressure (or loading) on a soil by spreading it over a larger area or transfering it to a stronger layer of soil
foundation
The lowest and supporting part or member of a wall, including the base course (see Base course (a), under Base, n
foundation
a woman's undergarment worn to give shape to the contours of the body
foundation
education or instruction in the fundamentals of a field of knowledge; "he lacks the foundation necessary for advanced study"; "a good grounding in mathematics"
foundation
That upon which anything is founded; that on which anything stands, and by which it is supported; the lowest and supporting layer of a superstructure; groundwork; basis
foundation
Lower part of a structure which transmits the load to the earth The excavated surface upon which a dam is placed
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Lower part of a structure that transmits loads directly to the soil The excavated surface upon which a dam is placed The foundation at Horsetooth Dam includes a layer of limestone that has been channeling water from the reservoir, under the dam, to the valley downstream of the dam
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Survey of residence under construction showing structure foundation in relation to property boundary
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A foundation is an organization which provides money for a special purpose such as research or charity. the National Foundation for Educational Research
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the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained; "the whole argument rested on a basis of conjecture"
foundation
The portion of a building that has the sole purpose of transmitting structural loads from the building into the earth
laid the foundations for
set the foundations in place, prepare the ground for
law of foundations of the law
law that deals with the general principles of the courts and in the use of its precedents
lay the foundations
put the foundation in place
laying the foundations
putting down the base, creating the foundation
undermining the foundations of
destroying the base, ruining the foundation, uprooting
foundations

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