fragmented

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Biyoloji) parçalanmış

Irak'ın Amerikan istilası ülkeyi harap, parçalanmış ve beş parasız bıraktı. - The American invasion of Iraq left the country devastated, fragmented and broke.

Meyve prese girmeden önce güzel parçalanmış olmalıdır. - The fruit must be finely fragmented, before it can go into the press.

{f} parçala

Meyve prese girmeden önce güzel parçalanmış olmalıdır. - The fruit must be finely fragmented, before it can go into the press.

Irak'ın Amerikan istilası ülkeyi harap, parçalanmış ve beş parasız bıraktı. - The American invasion of Iraq left the country devastated, fragmented and broke.

parçalanmış,v.parçala: adj.parçalanmış
parçalarına ayrılma
parçalarına ayrılmış
fragment
{i} fragman
fragmented ice kink
buz
fragmented markets
(Ticaret) piyasa bölümleri
fragment
parça

O, kırık bir vazonun parçalarını bir araya getirmeye çalıştı. - He tried to put the fragments of a broken vase together.

Ayna parçaları zemin üzerinde dağıldı. - Fragments of the mirror were scattered on the floor.

fragment
(Bilgisayar) bölümlenme
fragment
{i} kısım
fragment
(Tıp) parçacık
fragment
(Tıp) fragment
fragment
küçük parça
fragment
kırık parça
fragment
kırık

O, kırık bir vazonun parçalarını bir araya getirmeye çalıştı. - He tried to put the fragments of a broken vase together.

fragment
kırıntı
fragment
parçalara ayrılmak
fragment
{f} parçala

Paha biçilmez porselen parçalara ayrıldı. - The priceless china shattered into fragments.

Irak'ın Amerikan istilası ülkeyi harap, parçalanmış ve beş parasız bıraktı. - The American invasion of Iraq left the country devastated, fragmented and broke.

fragment
bölük börçük olmak
fragment
parçalanmak
non-fragmented
Parçalanmamış
fragment
bölüm

İki bölümü birlikte eklemek zordur. - It's hard to splice the two fragments together.

fragment
parçalara böl
fragment
(Askeri) PARÇA: Genel olarak infilak maddelerinin tesiriyle, bir mermi veya el bombası gibi, büyük bir cisimden kopan küçük parça. Ayrıca bakınız: "fragmentation"
fragment
Parçalamak
fragment
(Tıp) Kırılmış parça, fragman
percent fragmented
(Bilgisayar) üstündeyse birleştir
İngilizce - İngilizce
broken into fragments
Simple past tense and past participle of fragment
composed of fragments
two divide up into smaller pieces of land by roads or other barriers
the undesirable condition where stored data has been broken up into several parts when it was stored
broken into small fragments; "crumbled cookies"
Broken, existing or working in separate parts, not whole
When a file is not written to a disk in contiguous blocks If there is not enough free space to write a full file to a disk in one continuous stream of blocks then the file gets split up between two or more parts of the disk surface This is known as fragmenting and can make the time for loading a file longer as the disk has to seek for the rest of the file
Files stored in clusters that are not next to each other; also describes the condition of a disk drive that has many files stored in noncontiguous clusters, slowing down the computer's speed 5 12
Being divided or convoluted into distinct parts, rather than entire In EMAP, the spatial fragmentation of resources and the spatial/temporal fragmentation of resource attributes affect the precision of certain population statistics, so that attention must be given to this state (See related: entire )
When a file has become fragmented, it means that it is broken up into pieces on your hard disk When many files become fragmented, your hard disk performance is slower, and the danger of file corruption is greater To fix fragmented files, you must defragment your hard disk
{s} divided; segmented; broken into pieces; broken off
When a file is stored to scattered areas of a disk, it is said to be fragmented This occurs when there are not enough contiguous clusters to hold all the data of a file Since it takes longer to read a fragmented file, using a defragmenter will improve system performance
A file that is stored in several different, non-contiguous locations on the disk
having been divided; having the unity destroyed; "Congress gave the impression of a confusing sum of disconnected local forces"-Samuel Lubell; "a league of disunited nations"- E B White; "a fragmented coalition"; "a split group"
fragment
To break apart
fragment
A sentence not containing a subject or a predicate
fragment
To cause to be broken into pieces
fragment
A part broken off; a small, detached portion; an imperfect part; as, a fragment of an ancient writing
fragment
{n} a broken or imperfect piece, a part
Fragment
frag
fragment
-An alter-identity with a limited life-history and function who does not have a fully developed personality
fragment
In the BSD filesystem, a fragment is a portion of a disk block usually one eigth of a block, but possibly one-quarter or one half of a block If the last portion of a file does'nt occupy a full disk block, the filesystem will allocate one or more fragments rather than an entire block Don't confuse "fragments" with "fragmentation " Fragments allow the BSD filesystem to use larger block sizes without becoming inefficient
fragment
A piece of a packet, usually resulting from a network collision
fragment
A piece of a packet When a router is forwarding an IP packet to a network that has a maximum packet size smaller than the packet size, it is forced to break up that packet into multiple fragments These fragments will be reassembled by the IP layer at the destination host
fragment
A portion of a logical unit of data, in particular an internet fragment is a portion of an internet datagram
fragment
If something fragments or is fragmented, it breaks or separates into small pieces or parts. The clouds fragmented and out came the sun Fierce rivalries have traditionally fragmented the region + fragmentation frag·men·ta·tion the extraordinary fragmentation of styles on the music scene. a small piece of something that has broken off or that comes from something larger (fragmentum, from frangere ). to break something, or be broken into a lot of small separate parts - used to show disapproval
fragment
a broken piece of a brittle artifact
fragment
A frame that is longer than a short even and less than the minimum ethernet frame size of 64 bytes, with a misalignment error or a FCS error
fragment
A portion of a packet/frame In Ethernet terminology, Fragment (or "Runt") often means a part of an Ethernet frame left over from a collision In IP terminology, Fragment means a packet which is the result of splitting a larger packet into smaller ones
fragment
a word group that lacks a subject or a verb and/or one that does not express a complete thought Ex : Whenever I go to school ("Whenever," a dependent word, cannot introduce a complete thought, so it cannot stand alone )
fragment
a piece broken off or cut off of something else; "a fragment of rock
fragment
a word group that lacks a subject or a verb and/or one that does not express a complete thought Ex : Whenever I go to school ("Whenever," a dependent word, cannot introduce a complete thought, so it cannot stand alone )
fragment
A piece of a packet When a router is forwarding an packet to a network that has a maximum packet size smaller than the packet size, it is forced to break up that packet into multiple fragments These fragments will be reassembled at the destination See fragmentation, MTU
fragment
A fragment of something is a small piece or part of it. fragments of metal in my shoulder She read everything, digesting every fragment of news. glass fragments. = piece
fragment
A fragment of DNA is a piece of DNA, usually a shorter piece than you started out with For example, if you have a circular plasmid of DNA and you cut it in two places, you will have two fragments of DNA
fragment
{f} be broken into fragments; break into pieces, separate into fragments
fragment
a piece broken off or cut off of something else; "a fragment of rock"
fragment
{i} piece, part, fraction; segment; sliver
fragment
an incomplete piece; "fragments of a play"
fragment
  2 or 3 words on the execution stack in a context that makes them executable
fragment
the word fragment means a piece, so a sentence fragment is a piece of a sentenceit’s missing something, either a subject, a verb, or it has both of these but doesn’t express a complete thought
fragment
In the BSD "fast filesystem," a fragment is a portion of a disk block - usually one-eighth of a block, but possibly one-quarter or one-half of a block If the last portion of a file doesn't occupy a full disk block, the filesystem will allocate one or more fragments rather than an entire block Don't confuse "fragments" with "fragmentation " Fragments allow the BSD filesystem to use larger block sizes without becoming inefficient
fragment
an incomplete piece; "fragments of a play" a piece broken off or cut off of something else; "a fragment of rock
fragment
Usually a piece of a table or index For example, a table fragment can contain a structure for information on the state of California, while the table as a whole contains a structure for information on all U S states (A fragment can also be a whole table or index )
fragment
A portion or segment of an object
fragment
break or cause to break into pieces; "The plate fragmented"
Türkçe - İngilizce

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fragment
(Tıp) fragment
fragmented

    Heceleme

    frag·ment·ed

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    frägmıntîd

    Telaffuz

    /ˈfragməntəd/ /ˈfræɡməntɪd/

    Videolar

    ... Frankly, even Google's own services have been fragmented ...

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