inversions

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İngilizce - Türkçe
inversiyon
inversion
{i} evirtim
inversion
{i} evirme
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(Meteoroloji) enverziyon
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(Felsefe) tamevirme
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(Arılık) şekerin indirgenmesi
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(Askeri,Muzik) enversiyon
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(Havacılık) paraşütün ters dönmesi
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tersine dönmüş şey
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(Coğrafya) çevrilme
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terse dönme
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(Dilbilim) devrik dizim
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(Muzik) tersine çalış
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tersine çevirme
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tersi
inversion
tersyüz etme
inversion
başaşağı etme
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(Muzik) çevirme
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inversiyon
inversion
(Kimya) evrilme
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(Dilbilim) devrikleşme
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tersyüz olma
inversion
ters dönme
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terselme
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altüst olma
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(Edebiyat) devrik yapı (devrik cümle yapısı)
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sakarozun früktoz ve glikoza ayrılması ve bu esnada polarize ışınların titreşim düzleminin sağdan sola
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eşcinsellik
inversion
ters çevirme
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akis
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homoseksüellik
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bir cümledeki kelime sırasının değişmesi
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devrik olma
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{i} müz. tersine çalış, enversiyon
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(Askeri) ENVERSİYON: Toprakla temas halindeki havanın, bunun hemen üstündeki havadan daha soğuk olduğu azami hava istikrar durumu. Bu durumda, havada herhangi bir elektriklenme mevcut değildir
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(Tıp) Tahavvül, değişme, sakarozun fruktoz ve glikoza ayrılması ve bu esnada polarize ışığın titreşim düzleminin sağdan sola çevrilmesi
inversion
(Diş Hekimliği) tersine
inversion
değişim
inversion
(Tıp) Dönme, ters dönme
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of inversion
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The move of one pitch in an interval up or down an octave
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The reversal of an interval
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An increase of air temperature with increase in altitude (the ground being colder than the surrounding air). When an inversion exists, there are no convection currents and wind speeds are below 5 knots. The atmosphere is stable and normally is considered the most favorable state for ground release of chemical agents
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being in a reverse sequence, in an inverted state
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the action of inverting
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The subtraction of pitch classes in a set from twelve, which maps intervals onto their complements with respect to 0, and preserves interval classes, symbolized IX (X being the transposition that is inverted.)
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being upside down, in an inverted state
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an outdated term for homosexuality, particularly popular in early psychoanalysis
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The reversal of a pitch class succession, such as a contrapuntal line or melody
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change of order so that the first shall become last and the last first
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A region in the atmosphere where the temperature increases with height The presence of an inversion creates a very stable atmosphere; when it occurs at the surface it leads to very little mixing and a trapping of pollutants in the lower atmosphere
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when a chromosome breaks and the piece of the chromosome turns upside down and reattaches itself Inversions may or may not cause birth defects depending upon their exact structure
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turning upside down; setting on end
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The act of inverting, or turning over or backward, or the state of being inverted
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A stable air condition in which the air near the ground is cooler than the air higher up in the atmosphere
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A change of the relative positions of the notes of a harmonic interval, a chord, or a melody
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(counterpoint) a variation of a melody or part in which ll ascending intervals are replaced by descending intervals and vice versa
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the layer of air near the earth is cooler than an overlying layer
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(genetics) a kind of mutation in which the order of the genes in a section of a chromosome is reversed
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the reversal of the normal order of words
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A meteorological condition in which the temperature of the atmosphere rises with increased elevation instead of falling, creating a stagnant layer of air near the ground
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Propositions that are true for the original figure thus furnish new propositions that are true in the inverse figure
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The folding back of strata upon themselves, as by upheaval, in such a manner that the order of succession appears to be reversed
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A departure from the usual increase or decrease of an atmospheric property with altitude It usually refers to an increase in temperature with increasing altitude, which is a departure from the usual decrease of temperature with height
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typically, a temperature inversion, or a zone in the atmosphere in which the temperature increases with altitude, instead of the expected decrease In general, an inversion is any reversal of the normal trend of the property of an atmospheric substance with respect to altitude
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A type of mutation in which a length of DNA is broken at two positions and repaired in such a way that the medial segment is now present in reverse order Inversions range in size from those large enough to be visible cytogenetically to those involving only a few base pairs
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A change of the usual order of words or phrases; as, "of all vices, impurity is one of the most detestable,"
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When there is an inversion of something, it is changed into its opposite. a scandalous inversion of the truth
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The reversal of the pitch contour
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" A method of reasoning in which the orator shows that arguments advanced by his adversary in opposition to him are really favorable to his cause
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A change by inverted order; a reversed position or arrangement of things; transposition
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a segment of DNA in the context of a chromosome that is reversed in orientation relative to a reference karyotype or genome
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A change in the order of the terms of a proportion, so that the second takes the place of the first, and the fourth of the third
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A chromosomal mutation involving the removal of a chromosome segment, its rotation through l80 degrees, and its reinsertion in the same location The replacement of a section of a chromosome in the reverse orientation
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A change of the usual order of words or phrases; as, "of all vices, impurity is one of the most detestable," instead of, "impurity is one of the most detestable of all vices
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See Inverse figures, under Inverse
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Inversion of an object A, denoted I(A), is the operation that corresponds to the geometrical inversion of A through the origin In one dimension, { I(A) } = {A0 , AN-1 , , A2 , A1 } In general, the array element at rx , ry , is exchanged with the array element at Nx - rx , Ny - ry , Inversion has the effect of complex conjugating the Fourier transform of the object: F( I(A) ) = F(A)*
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Subtraction of pitch classes in a set from twelve which maps intervals onto their complements with respect to 0 and preserves interval classes, symbolized IX where X is the transposition which is inverted (DeLone et. al. (Eds.), 1975, chap. 6)
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Said of a chord, when one of its notes, other than its root, is made the bass
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The rearrangement of the notes in a chord Also the turning upside down of a theme, as in serial music
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Said of intervals, when the lower tone is placed an octave higher, so that fifths become fourths, thirds sixths, etc
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abnormal condition in which an organ is turned inward or inside out (as when the upper part of the uterus is pulled into the cervical canal after childbirth)
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It refers to an increase in an atmospheric property with height For example A temperature inversion is when the temperature increases with altitude, which is a departure from the usual decrease of temperature with height
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the phenomenon of a layer of warm air pressing down on cooler air below it Inversions are a special problem because they prevent the natural dispersion and dilution of air contaminants
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An anomaly in the normal positive lapse rate; usually refers to a thermal inversion, in which temperature increases rather than decreases with height (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
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Generally, a departure from the usual increase or decrease in an atmospheric property with altitude Specifically it almost always refers to a temperature inversion, i e , an increase in temperature with height, or to the layer within which such an increase occurs An inversion is present in the lower part of a cap
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A peculiar method of transformation, in which a figure is replaced by its inverse figure
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Deviation from standard word order by putting the predicate before the subject. It takes place in questions with auxiliary verbs and in normal, affirmative clauses beginning with a negative particle, for the purpose of emphasis
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A structural rearrangement of a chromosome in which 2 breaks occur, followed by the reinsertion of the chromosome segment but in reversed order It may be either paracentric, i e , it does not include the centromere, or pericentric, i e , it does include the centromere
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the act of turning inside out
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an increase of atmospheric temperature with height (an inversion of the normal tropospheric lapse)
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The act or process by which cane sugar (sucrose), under the action of heat and acids or ferments (as diastase), is broken or split up into grape sugar (dextrose), and fruit sugar (levulose); also, less properly, the process by which starch is converted into grape sugar (dextrose)
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Said of a subject, or phrase, when the intervals of which it consists are repeated in the contrary direction, rising instead of falling, or vice versa
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instead of, "impurity is one of the most detestable of all vices
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a chemical process in which the direction of optical rotation of a substance is reversed from dextrorotatory to levorotary or vice versa
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{i} reversal; conversion; reversed order; homosexuality
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A layer of the atmosphere where the temperature increases with height Surface based inversions occur during long nights when calm conditions and dry air exist
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A method of reasoning in which the orator shows that arguments advanced by his adversary in opposition to him are really favorable to his cause
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1) Turning inward, for example, of the sole of the foot 2) A chromosomal mutation that results when a segment of a chromosome is excised and then reintegrated in an orientation 180º from the original orientation
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An atmospheric layer in which temperature and/or moisture increase with height The bending of a radio wave because the upper part of the beam is slowed down as it travels through denser air This may occur when a body of cold air moves in under a moisture-laden body of air
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As applied to music the term may be used in both melody and harmony Melodic inversion: an exchange of ascending and descending movement, e g c up to f in descending becomes c down to g Harmonic inversion: the position of the chord is changed from root position (root on the lowest pitch) to first inversion, with the third, or second inversion, with the fifth in the lowest voice An example: root position c-e-g; first inversion e-g-c; second inversion g-c-e
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Said of double counterpoint, when an upper and a lower part change places
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The different forms that a chord may take by changing the chord member that is the bass of the chord
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a term formerly used to mean taking on the gender role of the opposite sex
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A movement in tactics by which the order of companies in line is inverted, the right being on the left, the left on the right, and so on
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the act of turning inside out turning upside down; setting on end a term formerly used to mean taking on the gender role of the opposite sex (counterpoint) a variation of a melody or part in which ll ascending intervals are replaced by descending intervals and vice versa (genetics) a kind of mutation in which the order of the genes in a section of a chromosome is reversed the layer of air near the earth is cooler than an overlying layer a chemical process in which the direction of optical rotation of a substance is reversed from dextrorotatory to levorotary or vice versa abnormal condition in which an organ is turned inward or inside out (as when the upper part of the uterus is pulled into the cervical canal after childbirth)
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The reversal of a pitch class succesion such as a melody or contrapuntal line
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A type of mutation in which a length of DNA is broken in two positions and repaired in such a way that the medial segment is now present in reverse order Inversions range in size from those large enough to be visible cytogenetically to those involving only a few base pairs
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An increase in temperature with height The reverse of the normal cooling with height in the atmosphere
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The move of one pitch in an interval or chord up or down an octave
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