invent

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İngilizce - Türkçe
icat etmek

Tanrı olmasa onu icat etmek zorunda kalırız. - If God did not exist, we'd have to invent him.

Bahaneler icat etmekte çok kötüdür. - He is very bad at inventing excuses.

{f} bulmak

Keşke benim zengin olmam için yeterince satan bir şeyi bulmak için yeterince akıllı olsam. - I wish I was smart enough to invent something that sold well enough for me to get rich.

{f} uydurmak
{f} atmak
icat et

Bu makineyi kim icat etti? - Who invented this machine?

Edison'un yeni şeyler icat etmesi her zaman kolay değildi. - It wasn't always easy for Edison to invent new things.

yumurtlamak
kıvırmak
düşünmek
düzmek
uydur/icat et
yaratmak
icad

Bildiğimiz anlamda dil, bir insan icadıdır. - Language, as we know it, is a human invention.

Atlar yol-silindirlerini çekerdi fakat buhar motorunun icadıyla buhar silindirleri geldi. - Horses used to pull road-rollers, but the steamroller arrived with the invention of the steam engine.

inventor
mucit

Benjamin Franklin, Amerikalı bir devlet adamı ve mucitti. - Benjamin Franklin was an American statesman and inventor.

Benjamin Franklin Amerikalı bir politikacı ve mucit. - Benjamin Franklin was an American politician and inventor.

invention
{i} icat

Hesap makinesi harika bir icat. - The calculator is a wonderful invention.

Çamaşır makinası muhteşem bir icat. - The washing machine is a wonderful invention.

invention
buluş

Buluşunuzu önemsiyoruz. - We have a good opinion of your invention.

Radyo büyük bir buluş. - Radio is a great invention.

invent a story
Bir hikaye uydurmak
invent the wheel
tekerleği bulmak
invent the wheel
tekerleği icat etmek
invented
{f} icat et

Karaokeyi kim icat etti? - Who invented karaoke?

Bu makineyi kim icat etti? - Who invented this machine?

invention
{i} bulma
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keşif
invented
(sıfat) uyduruk
invented
{s} uyduruk
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uydurma
invented
icat edilmiş
invented
uydurmasyon
invention
bulunuş

Matbaanın bulunuşu tarihteki en büyük olaydır. - The invention of printing is the greatest event in history.

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düzen
invention
keşf

Elektriğin keşfi sayısız buluş icat etmiştir. - The discovery of electricity gave birth to an innumerable number of inventions.

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uydurmasyon
invention
türeti
inventions
buluşlar

Onun buluşlarının büyük bir kısmı tarihe bilinmeyen olarak kalacağı tahmin edilmektedir. - It is estimated that a great part of his inventions would remain unknown to the date.

Dil insanlığın en önemli buluşlarından biridir. - Language is one of the most important inventions of mankind.

inventor
(Kimya) icat eden
inventor
buluş yapan
inventor
bulucu
inventors
mucitler
inventor
kaşif
inventor
icat eden kimse
dis-invent
bir buluşu yok saymak
invented
icat edilen

1888 yılında icat edilen, Alman Flocken Elektrowagen, dünyanın ilk elektrikli otomobili olarak kabul edilmektedir. - The German Flocken Elektrowagen, invented in 1888, is considered to be the world's first electric car.

Harika bir adam tarafından icat edilen bir sistem küçük olanlar tarafından savunulabilir. - A system that has been invented by a great man can be defended by small ones.

inventions
icatlar
to invent
icat etmek
invention
yalan
invention
ihtira kuvveti
invention
yaratıcılık
invention
uydurma/icat
invention
uydurma
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orijinallik
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yaratıcı
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türetici
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bulan kimse
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türetmen
İngilizce - İngilizce
To come upon; to find; to find out; to discover

Far off he wonders, what them makes so glad, / If Bacchus merry fruit they did inuent .

To create something fictional for a particular purpose

We need a name to put in this form, so let's just invent one.

To design a new process or mechanism

After weeks of hard work, I invented a new way to alphabetize matchbooks.

Shoplifting or stealing This term was used prior to 1974 The contemporary term is RACK
If you invent a story or excuse, you try to make other people believe that it is true when in fact it is not. I stood still, trying to invent a plausible excuse
To think up or make something new
to make or think of something that did not exist before
{f} originate, create, design; fabricate, concoct
Sseghni Snulfu
come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or priciple) after a mental effort; "excogitate a way to measure the speed of light
To come or light upon; to meet; to find
To frame by the imagination; to fabricate mentally; to forge; in a good or a bad sense; as, to invent the machinery of a poem; to invent a falsehood
If you invent something such as a machine or process, you are the first person to think of it or make it. He invented the first electric clock
come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or priciple) after a mental effort; "excogitate a way to measure the speed of light"
make up something artificial or untrue
To discover, as by study or inquiry; to find out; to devise; to contrive or produce for the first time; applied commonly to the discovery of some serviceable mode, instrument, or machine
invent a story
make up a story
invented
fictional, made up, imaginary

The invented alibi didn't stand up long.

invented
Simple past tense and past participle of invent
invention
A small, self-contained composition, particularly those in J.S. Bach’s Two- and Three-part Inventions

I particularly like the inventions in C-minor.

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The act of discovering or finding; the act of finding out; discovery

That judicial method which serveth best for the invention of truth.

invention
Something invented

Warren Sheffield is telephoning Rose long distance at half past six. Personally, I wouldn't marry a man who proposed to me over an invention.

inventor
One who invents, either as a hobby or as an occupation
to invent
devise
inventor
someone who is the first to think of or make something
ınvent
{v} to contrive, find out, feign, forge
invented
past of invent
invented
formed or conceived by the imagination; "a fabricated excuse for his absence"; "a fancied wrong"; "a fictional character"; "used fictitious names"; "a made-up story"
invented
{s} created, designed; fabricated, concocted
inventing
present participle of invent
invention
the act of inventing a creation (a new device or process) resulting from study and experimentation the creation of something in the mind
invention
invention is the act of generating an idea for a new product or a new method for making an old product
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From the Latin invenire,to come upon: the discovery, whether accidental or deliberate, of the saint in its original burial place (loculus or cubiculum), leading to its veneration and possible translation
invention
the act of inventing
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{i} act of inventing; something invented; creativity, resourcefulness; fabrication, falsehood; short composition (Music)
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The ability to make up or produce something for the first time
invention
A short, contrapuntal piece
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If you refer to someone's account of something as an invention, you think that it is untrue and that they have made it up. The story was certainly a favourite one, but it was undoubtedly pure invention. = fabrication
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A fabrication to deceive; a fiction; a forgery; a falsehood
invention
A small, self-contained composition, particularly those in J.S. Bach's Two- and Three-part Inventions
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– any new, useful machine or device manufactured product or substance, process or any improvement thereof, that involves
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A new device, process, and so on, that has been created Can be in either physical or conceptual form Preexisting knowledge is combined in a new way to yield something that did not heretofore exist Not to be confused with a product innovation, which is an invention that has been converted by further management and process development into a marketable product
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a new and useful process, device, article of manufacture, or composition of matter, or new or useful improvement upon one of these
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the creation of something in the mind
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That which is invented; an original contrivance or construction; a device; as, this fable was the invention of Esop; that falsehood was her own invention
invention
A short contrapuntal composition usually for keyboard
invention
discovery and reduction to practice of a new product, apparatus, process, composition of matter or living organisms, or improvements to existing technologies in those categories, whether or not patented or patentable
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Any discovery which is or may be patentable or otherwise protectable The term "subject invention" means any invention of an awardee conceived or first actually reduced to practice in the performance of work under a funding agreement, i e , contract, grant, or cooperative agreement
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Phase of development where the major focus is the creation of a system's architecture
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A potentially patentable idea with probable enablement that solves a specific problem exclusive of any examination of prior art
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a discovery of new knowledge (chapter 9)
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A new product, system, or process that has never existed before, created by study and experimentation
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The exercise of the imagination in selecting and treating a theme, or more commonly in contriving the arrangement of a piece, or the method of presenting its parts
invention
The process of reshaping existing cultural items into a new form
invention
an original device, idea, or process originated after study and experiment--a discovery or a new finding
invention
An invention is a machine, device, or system that has been invented by someone. The spinning wheel was a Chinese invention
invention
to discover or create something new
invention
Invention is the act of inventing something that has never been made or used before. the invention of the telephone
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Thought; idea
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The faculty of inventing; imaginative faculty; skill or ingenuity in contriving anything new; as, a man of invention
invention
Taseghnawt Asnulfu
invention
The capacity to invent
invention
a creation (a new device or process) resulting from study and experimentation
invention
The act of finding out or inventing; contrivance or construction of that which has not before existed; as, the invention of logarithms; the invention of the art of printing
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Invention is the ability to invent things or to have clever and original ideas. his great powers of invention. = creativity
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the discovery or finding of relics
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– any new, useful machine or device manufactured product or substance, process or any improvement thereof, that involves inventive act of degree more than the skills of expertise, artisan or mechanic
invention
The combination of existing cultural items into a form that did not previously exist (p 70)
invention
The combination of existing cultural items into a form that did not previously exist (See 57)
inventions
plural of invention
inventor
Someone who has a new idea and pursues its development Inventors apply for patents on their inventions as a part of their developing their invention Many inventors are also product developers, entrepreneurs and businessmen and most inventors find it good marketing practice to sell themselves as product developers or, entrepreneurs or businessman, as the term inventor often having a bad connotation to a businessman
inventor
One who invents or finds out something new; a contriver; especially, one who invents mechanical devices
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Anyone who's involvement and contribution was essential to the development of the invention
inventor
the advanced programming phase of the ROBOLAB software It is done by picking and placing the picture icons from a palette onto the Diagram window The icons are then arranged in sequence and strung together There are 4 levels in Inventor with Level 1 the easiest and Level 4 the hardest
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An electrical circuit device which reverses an input to an opposite output in terms of some electrical characteristics such as polarity, voltage, or frequency
inventor
{i} one who invents
inventor
An inventor is a person who has invented something, or whose job is to invent things. Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone. someone who has invented something, or whose job is to invent things
inventor
someone who creates or produces an original device, idea, or process
inventors
plural of inventor
invents
third-person singular of invent
invent