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TEHLİKELİ SAHA: Nükleer kirletilmiş bir bölgede diğer komşu sahalara nazaran daha çok radyo aktif kirlenmenin olduğu saha
Eğlence yeri, gece kulübü gibi mekânlar
Politik kargaşa veya tehlikeli olan bölge
(Askeri) TEHLİKELİ SAHA: Nükleer kirletilmiş bir bölgede diğer komşu sahalara nazaran daha çok radyo aktif kirlenmenin olduğu saha
sorunlu bölge
gece kulübü
(deyim) politik kargasa veya tehlikeli olan bolge
sıcak bölge
eğlence yeri
(Askeri) tehlikeli saha
(Bilgisayar) etkin nokta
hot spot factor
(Nükleer Bilimler) sıcak nokta faktörü
hot spot safety factor
(Nükleer Bilimler) sıcak nokta güvenlik faktörü
hotspot
(Denizbilim) sıcak nokta
hotspot
Sıcak bölge: siyasî karışıklık, asayişsizlik vs. olan yer
hotspot
Sıcak olan bir yer
hotspot
Hareketlilik ve canlılık olan bir mekân
İngilizce - İngilizce
a lively and entertaining place, such as a nightclub
Part of a control that responds dynamically as the user moves the pointer over it, as for example in an image map
the surface manifestation of a plume that rises from deep in the Earth’s mantle
a part of an application that consumes a significant amount of execution time
a dangerous place of violent political unrest
an area of radioactive contamination
the region of a gene in which there is higher than normal rate of mutation
a location in which WiFi Internet access is available
a place of political unrest and potential violence; "the United States cannot police all of the world's hot spots", (synonym) hot spot
a point of intense heat or radiation, (synonym) hot spot
a lively entertainment spot
large areas of the earth that are heated much quicker by the sun than surrounding grasses and forests As a result, air rises upward from the relatively hot surface of the pavement, reaches its condensation level, condenses, and forms a cloud above the hot spot
An area in the middle of a lithospheric plate where magma rises from the mantle and erupts at the Earth's surface Volcanoes sometimes occur above a hot spot
Center of persistent volcanism, thought to be the surface expression of a rising hot plume in Earth's mantle
An area in an image map with a particular significance A program typically monitors movements of the mouse, and responds according to the actions associated with the hot spots over which it passes This might include displaying different status information, for instance Often, clicking the mouse on a hot spot is used to indicate that the program should activate an associated action The term hot spot is also used to signify a computationally intensive part of a program, such as an inner loop Such places are often a potential target for program optimization
spot of light, beam of light; popular nightclub or entertainment site; site of ongoing warfare or political strife; place on the Earth's surface where molten lava builds up under the surface
A portion of an image or a piece of text that changes the arrow to a hand with a pointing finger, indicating the location of a hyperlink You can click on a hot spot to go to a linked web page
Area on a disk where many queries try to read or write data at the same time, which creates a disk I/O bottleneck
  A particularly active part of a fire
Region in a contaminated area in which the level of radioactive contamination is somewhat greater than in neighboring regions in the area See Contamination
Localized areas with contaminant concentrations in excess of regulatory standards Generally located near urbanized areas or point-source discharges
Typically large areas of pavement, these "hot spots" are heated much quicker by the sun than surrounding grasses and forests As a result, air rises upwards from the relatively hot surface of the pavement, reaches its condensation level, condenses, and forms a cloud above the "hot spot "
(n ) In the X protocol, the point in a cursor that corresponds to the coordinates reported for the pointer
A particularly active part of a fire
a hypertext region, within an HTML document that, when selected, links the user to the URL associated with the region
Specific portion of the pointer that defines the exact location (or object) to which a user is pointing
Another name for link
A small unnamed control that responds like buttons when tapped Usually there are many hot spots in a view, and they can be visible or not Source: NUIG
Any spot on a web page that reacts when you click on it Usually the pointer will turn into a hand when you move over a hot spot
a lively entertainment spot a point of intense heat or radiation a place of political unrest and potential violence; "the United States cannot police all of the world's hot spots
Printing defect caused when a piece of dirt or an air bubble caused incomplete draw-down during contact platemaking, leaving an area of weak ink coverage or visible dot gain
An area in the upper mantle, ranging from 100 to 200 kilometers in width, from which magma rises in a plume to form volcanoes A hot spot may endure for 10 million years or more
a location where emissions from specific sources may expose individuals and population groups to elevated risks of adverse health effects, including but not limited to cancer, and contribute to the cumulative health risks of emissions from other sources in the area
Mouse-sensitive area that allow jumping to other topics or obtaining additional information concerning key terms
You can refer to an exciting place where there is a lot of activity or entertainment as a hot spot. a popular and lively package tour hotspot
a place of political unrest and potential violence; "the United States cannot police all of the world's hot spots"
You can refer to an area where there is fighting or serious political trouble as a hot spot. There were many hot spots in the region, where fighting had been going on. Region of the Earth's upper mantle that upwells to melt through the crust to form a volcanic feature. Most volcanoes that cannot be ascribed either to a subduction zone or to seafloor spreading at midocean ridges are attributed to hot spots. The 5% of known world volcanoes not closely related to such plate margins (see plate tectonics) are regarded as hot-spot volcanoes. Hawaiian volcanoes are the best examples of this type, occurring near the centre of the northern portion of the Pacific Plate. A chain of extinct volcanoes or volcanic islands (and seamounts), such as the Hawaiian chain, can form over millions of years where a lithospheric plate moves over a hot spot. The active volcanoes all lie at one end of the chain or ridge, and the ages of the islands or the ridge increase with their distance from those sites of volcanic activity
a point of intense heat or radiation
A volcanic area on the surface of the Earth created by a rising plume of magma
A hot spot is a green word or phrase that can be used to open help about the word or phrase Click a hot spot with a solid underline to open a help document about the phrase Click a hot spot with a dotted underline to open a pop-up window about the phrase
The portion of the pointer that must be positioned over a screen object for mouse clicks to have an effect on the object
The expression at Earth's surface of a mantle plume, or column of hot, buoyant rock rising in the mantle beneath a lithospheric plate
hot spots
plural form of hot spot
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Alternative spelling of hot spot
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a lively entertainment spot, (synonym) hot spot
hotspot
a point of intense heat or radiation, (synonym) hot spot
hotspot
a place of political unrest and potential violence; "the United States cannot police all of the world's hot spots", (synonym) hot spot
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an area protected by motion detectors entering a hot spot sets off the alarm try and avoid 'em
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Incompletely cured lime spots that bleed through the coating on a plastered wall
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Are areas that do not warm or cool evenly like other areas in a home Hot spots are usually caused because and area is isolated from the return path causing air stagnation
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specific locations which either emit or receive significant quantities of polluting substances Hot-spots are usually prioritised by screening them for which ones there are viable project solutions in technical, institutional and financial terms (See: Source Book 9 15)
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Shiny spots on wallcovering caused by chemical reaction
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Wireless access points that are found in public places such as airports, conventions centers, hotels and coffee shops
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Isolated glossy areas on a paint finish
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These are either specific squares or areas on the board that have excellent bonus-scoring opportunities Players will do well to identify these areas before looking for words on their rack Example: Triple Letter Squares or Double-Word Squares adjacent to vowels; a single letter placed between two Triple Word Squares; words that take a variety of hook letters (i e ARE, ON, CARE)
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Specific areas where the level of contamination is very high
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Regions of of high heat flow due to upwelling within the mantle
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A region of the world, such as the island of Madagascar, that is both rich in endemic species and environmentally threatened1
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A cursor has an associated hotspot, which defines the point in the cursor corresponding to the coordinates reported for the pointer
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an area of an image which acts as a hyperlink to another location
hotspot
The region of displayed hypertext that, when selected, links the user to another point in the hypertext or another resource
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a point of intense heat or radiation
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an area particularly rich in total numbers of species - an area of especially high pollutant concentration
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The location in a cursor that corresponds to the coordinates of the pointer position
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A particularly active part of a fire
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The part of the pointer that corresponds to the coordinates reported for the pointer (e g the intersection of crosshairs, or the tip of the arrow of the basic pointer)
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a lively entertainment spot
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{i} spot of light, beam of light; popular nightclub or entertainment site; site of ongoing warfare or political strife; place on the Earth's surface where molten lava builds up under the surface
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A hotspot is an area on a map which can react to a user's action, such as moving the mouse or clicking a button
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An area in an image on a WWW page that contains a hyperlink An image with hotspots is called an image map In web browsers the hotspots are invisible and users can only know that they are there when the mouse pointer changes shape
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Hotspot Indicates a ‘hotspot’ on the graphic Attributes: id ID #IMPLIED ref IDREF #REQUIRED refnum CDATA #IMPLIED graphic ENTITY #REQUIRED -- pointer to entity nameloc -- rx NUMBER "0" -- left endpoint -- ry NUMBER "0" -- top endpoint -- rh NUMBER "2048" -- maximum height -- rw NUMBER "2048" -- maximum width --
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A particular active part of a fire
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A particularly active or intense part of a fire line
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The Hawaiian islands have been created by a hotspot in the middle of the Pacific Ocean As the Pacific plate moves in a north-west direction, a series of islands has been created The older islands have eroded - the Midway Islands 2,500 km away are older islands created by the same hotspot
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a place of political unrest and potential violence; "the United States cannot police all of the world's hot spots"
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A graphically defined area in an image that contains a hyperlink An image with hotspots is called an image map In browsers, hotspots are invisible Users can tell that a hotspot is present by the changing appearance of the mouse pointer
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A hotspot is a public location such as an airport, shopping mall or conference center that has readily accessible wireless networks, usually 802 11b or 802 11a
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An area on a hypertext document that a user can click on to retrieve another resource or document
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A graphically defined area in a graphic or picture containing a hyperlink A graphic with hotspots is called an image map Hotspots are invisible in Web browsers Site visitors can tell that a hotspot is present because the mouse pointer changes appearance when the mouse is moved over the graphic See also image map
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A place in a document that contains an embedded hyperlink
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A specially defined area on an image that contains a clickable hyperlink An image with hotspots is called an image map In web browsers, hotspots are invisible Users can tell that a hotspot is present by the changing appearance of the pointer
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The part of a line which should be positioned at a specified height
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Another name for an image map or a clickable image, when an image is formatted so that a particular spot on the image is linked to a target page When clicked, the hotspot acts as a hyperlink
hotspot
A graphically defined area in an image that contains a hyperlink An image with hotspots is called an image map In Web browsers, hotspots are invisible Users can tell that a hotspot is present by the changing appearance of the pointer
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    hät spät

    Eş anlamlılar

    flash point, trouble spot

    Telaffuz

    /ˈhät ˈspät/ /ˈhɑːt ˈspɑːt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'hät ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English hAt; akin to Old High German heiz hot, Lithuanian kaisti to get hot.

    Günün kelimesi

    euphuism