joined

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Askeri) birleştirilen
(Askeri) birleşen
(Askeri) katılan
(Askeri) katılmış

Geçen yaz, sonunda on iki yıl önce katılmış olduğum firmadan ayrıldım. - Last summer, I finally left the firm that I had joined twelve years before.

Partiye katılmış olmayı umuyordum. - I hoped to have joined the party.

{f} birleştir
birleşmiş
(Askeri) BİRLEŞTİRİLMİŞ, BİRLEŞTİRİLEN, BİRLEŞEN, KATILMIŞ, KATILAN: Bak. "combined"
değgin
join
{f} katılmak

Beth'in ebeveynlerinin ne zaman misafirleri olsa, o, yetişkinlerin konuşmasına katılmak ister. - Whenever Beth's parents have guests, she wants to join their adult talk.

Kardeşim orduya katılmak istedi ama bir kalp rahatsızlığı nedeniyle hizmet etmek için uygun olmadığına karar verildi. - My brother wanted to join the army but because of a heart condition he was judged unfit to serve.

join
birleştirmek
Joined at the hip
(deyim) Etle tırnak gibi, yakın arkadaş, ayrılmaz ikili

Those two are the best of friends, it's as if they're joined at the hip!.

joined cases
(Kanun) birlikte görülen davalar
join
{f} üye olmak
join
{f} birleşmek
join
eklemek
join
kavuşmak
join
{f} katmak
join
birleştir

Omuz kol ve gövdeyi birleştirir. - Shoulder joins arm and trunk.

Kollajen, dokuların birleştirilmesine yardımcı olan bir proteindir. - Collagen is a protein that aids the joining of tissues.

join
{f} buluşmak
join
{f} (kulüp, parti v.b.'ne) katılmak
join
karışmak
join
sınırı ortak olmak
join
bağlanmak
join
birleşim yeri
join
girmek
join
izafe etmek
join
bitişmek
join
eklemlemek
join
bitiştirmek
join
(Bilgisayar) birleşim
join
(Bilgisayar) katıl

Annenle Şangayca konuştuğun zaman sadece çok az kelime anlayabiliyorum, bu yüzden de konuşmaya katılamayacağım. - When you speak Shanghainese with your mum, I only understand a few words, so I can't join in the conversation.

Daha sonra bir kişi daha bize katılıyor olacak. - One more person will be joining us later.

join
çitmek
cause to be joined
birleşmesine neden ol
join
birleşme çekidi
join
iki şeyin birleştiği yer
having carpels that are not joined
katılmamış carpels sahip
who all just joined
aramıza kimler katıldı
who all just joined
kimler aramıza katıldı
join
kaynamak
join
iştirak etmek
join
ek yeri
join
{i} birleşme noktası
join
yer almak
join
join hands el
join
bitişim noktası
join
{f} in -de yer
join
{f} k.dili. bitişmek
join
bitişme
join
dili bitişmek
join
izdivaçla birleştirmek
join
join battle savaşa girişmek
join
birleştir,v.birleştir: n.birleşim yeri
join
bağlamak
join
katılmak buluşmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
of or relating to two people who are married to each other
connected by a link, as railway cars or trailer trucks
{s} connected, combined, united; of one who has been accepted as a member
past of join
joined at the hip
Closely connected, as in an intimate friendship
joined up
Simple past tense and past participle of join up
Joined at the hip
(deyim) 1. very closely connected.2. together

1. The two companies have been joined at the hip since their founders went camping together a hundred years ago. 2. The new law would keep unhappy couples joined at the hip for the sake of their children.

joined forces
collaborated, worked together, teamed up, formed an alliance or coalition
joined hands
clasped one another's hands; formed an alliance or coalition
joined the party
entered into the proceedings, took part, joined in
joined to
attached to -, fastened to -
joined-up
approval Journalists sometimes use joined-up to describe plans, ideas, or organizations which seem sensible, sophisticated, and mature, especially when they think that they have been unsophisticated or immature in the past. another step towards joined-up government
joined-up
In joined-up writing, you join all the letters in each word together, without taking your pen off the paper. This sort of writing is used by older children and adults
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To come together; to meet

These two rivers join in about 80 miles.

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An intersection of data in two or more database tables
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An intersection of piping or wiring; an interconnect
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To combine more than one item into one; to put together

We joined our efforts to get an even better result.

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the lowest upper bound, an operation between pairs of elements in a lattice, denoted by the symbol \vee (mnemonic: an angular J)
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A join is a place where two things are fastened or fixed together
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To join two things means to fix or fasten them together. The opened link is used to join the two ends of the chain. the conjunctiva, the skin which joins the eye to the lid
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If two roads or rivers join, they meet or come together at a particular point. Do you know the highway to Tulsa? The airport road joins it. Allahabad, where the Ganges and the Yamuna rivers join
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come into the company of; "She joined him for a drink"
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the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made
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Information from two or more tables are combined by matching data in matching columns This relational computing feature consolidates multiple data tables for use in a single report
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To associate one's self to; to be or become connected with; to league one's self with; to unite with; as, to join a party; to join the church
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An operation that provides access to data from two tables at the same time, based on values contained in related columns
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An operation in a relational database that links the rows in two or more tables by matching values in specified columns
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join forces: see force to join the ranks: see rank. a place where two parts of an object are connected or fastened together
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{v} to add, unite, close, encounter, clash
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To bring together, literally or figuratively; to place in contact; to connect; to couple; to unite; to combine; to associate; to add; to append
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Combining data from two (or more) tables in a single SELECT statement
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A link between tables that is identified by an association between a field in one table and a field of the same data type in another table
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{f} attach, connect; unite, combine; be connected; become a member; perform a marriage ceremony; volunteer to serve in the armed forces; accompany, meet up with
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If something such as a line or path joins two things, it connects them. It has a dormer roof joining both gable ends a global highway of cables joining all the continents together
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To enjoin upon; to command
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If you join a queue, you stand at the end of it so that you are part of it. Make sure you join the queue inside the bank
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the process of interactively entering the side lot lines when the front and rear lines have already been established
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If you join an organization, you become a member of it or start work as an employee of it. He joined the Army five years ago
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make contact or come together; "The two roads join here"
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If one person or vehicle joins another, they move or go to the same place, for example so that both of them can do something together. His wife and children moved to join him in their new home
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(never join together, which is redundant)
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come into the company of; "She joined him for a drink
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be or become joined or united or linked; "The two streets connect to become a highway"; "Our paths joined"; "The travelers linked up again at the airport"
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cause to become joined or linked; "join these two parts so that they fit together"
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a query which uses data from more than one relation The relations must have at least one attribute (called the join or linking attribute) in common
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Operation within a RDBMS by which data from two tables are combined to form a third, virtual table upon which further operations can be performed; one category of SQL commands
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If you join an activity that other people are doing, you take part in it or become involved with it. Telephone operators joined the strike and four million engineering workers are also planning action The pastor requested the women present to join him in prayer Private contractors joined in condemning the Government's stance
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An operation that matches records in two tables based on a field that each one has in common, such as a customer number or an inventory number
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To connect two or more separately digitized maps; the junction between two such maps, sometimes visible as a results of imperfections in the data
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A logical combination of data from two or more tables
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To come into the company of
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The least upper bound of two elements of a lattice
join
A type of query which retrieves data from more than one object at a time A join allows the user to select attributes from multiple objects, then returns the data as if were all stored together in one object
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Joins all elements of an array into a string
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Join operators compare two or more tables (or views) by specifying a column from each, comparing the values in those columns row by row, and concatenating rows in which the comparison is true
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To unite in marriage
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To be contiguous, close, or in contact; to come together; to unite; to mingle; to form a union; as, the bones of the skull join; two rivers join
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make contact or come together; "The two roads join here" cause to become joined or linked; "join these two parts so that they fit together" become part of; become a member of a group or organization; "He joined the Communist Party as a young man" come into the company of; "She joined him for a drink
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Combining data from two or more tables, resulting in a single, new table or view A general join combines each row from one table with all rows of the other tables, forming the Cartesian product of the original tables
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One of eight relational algebra operators - used to connect data across relationships (when two different tables have a common attribute - usually the primary key in one table is a foreign key in another table) There are several types of joins - natural, theta, and outer EXAMPLE: You have a database with an INVENTORY table and a SUPPLIER table The primary key of the SUPPLIER table is the foreign key of the INVENTORY table When a natural join is performed, each record in the SUPPLIER table is added or joined to all records in the INVENTORY table that contain that foreign key If an individual supplier's code is found in eight inventory records, that that supplier's data is added eight times in the result table of the natural join, once for each occurrence in the original INVENTORY table
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(v ) To wait for the termination of one or more descendent processes that were forked at some earlier time See also spawn
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The process or the result of merging data from two or more tables, or multiple views of the same table
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The line joining two points; the point common to two intersecting lines
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To become a member of
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(noun, database) An operation that takes two relations as operands and produces a new relation by concatenating the tuples and matching the corresponding columns when a stated condition holds between the two
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A relational operation that causes two tables with a common domain to be combined into a single table or view (8)
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The basic relational operator that allows data from more than one table to be combined
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To accept, or engage in, as a contest; as, to join encounter, battle, issue
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a set containing all and only the members of two or more given sets; "let C be the union of the sets A and B"
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A link between tables that is identified by an association between a field in one table and field of the same data type in another table
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{i} act of uniting, act of connecting; place where two things are connected; seam; juncture
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A SQL method of combining database tables in order to obtain the desired information In a join, multiple tables are connected by specifying the relationship between a column in one table and a column in another table
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become part of; become a member of a group or organization; "He joined the Communist Party as a young man"
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