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İngilizce - Türkçe
madde başı sözcük
anahtar kelime
anahtar sözcük

Anahtar sözcük eşitliktir. - The key word is equality.

(Askeri) ANAHTAR KELİME: Gelişigüzel seçilen ve her birinden belirli harfler alınmak suretiyle bir kripto anahtarı meydana getiren kelimelerin her biri. Ayrıca bakınız: "keyphrase"
şifre
(sözlükte/ansiklopedide) madde, madde başı sözcük
word-self">key word mixed alphabet
(Askeri) ANAHTAR KELİME KARIŞTIRILMIŞ ALFABE: Kriptografide; önceden hazırlanmış anahtar kelime veya cümleleri yazmak (tekrar edilmiş harfler varsa bunlar, ilk defa rastlandıktan sonra çıkarılırlar) ; sonra alfabenin kullanılmış harflerini normal sıralarına veya belirli bir yer değiştirme planı ile tespit edilmiş sıraya göre kullanarak sırayı tamamlamak suretiyle meydana getirilen alfabe
keyword
(Bilgisayar) anahtar söz
keyword
anahtar kelime

Yeni bir cümle eklemeden önce lütfen cümlelerinizin anahtar kelimeleri arayarak yeni kelime haznesi getirdiğini kontrol edin. - Before adding a new sentence, please check that your sentence brings new vocabulary by searching the keywords.

Tom anahtar kelime araştırmaları kullanarak e-posta mesajlarını içinden seçti. - Tom sorted through his email messages using keyword searches.

keyword
anahtar sözcük
word-self">key words
anahtar kelimeler
patience is the word-self">key word
sabır anahtar kelimedir
keyword
ANAHTAR SoZCuK
İngilizce - İngilizce
A word you type into a search engine to indicate what pages you would like it to locate for you
The first word in a classified ad
a significant word used in indexing or cataloging
The most important, or main, word or words in your topic
a significant word used in indexing or cataloging a word that is used as a pattern to decode an encrypted message
a word that is used as a pattern to decode an encrypted message
A word or words used by the search engines to describe what your website is about Most search engines will allow you a maximum of 5 key words The two top directories (yahoo and open directory) look at your site title and your description to match what people type into the search box
A reserved word or function-name whose presence is required when the format in which the word appears is used in a source program
Used in database searches to specify the search criteria Seen on Usenet when using Archie, Veronica, WAIS, Netfind or similar applications
important word, word from a title or document used as an index to content
A word used to search a library database or the Internet Key word searches locate results by exactly matching the search word to an item in the database or at the Internet site For example, a search term using the key words "third world" will find items with that exact term, but may not include items that use the term "developing countries "
keyword
Any word that occurs in a text more often than normal
keyword
Any word used in a reference work to link to other words or other information
keyword
any word used as the key to a code
keyword
A reserved word used to identify a specific command, function etc
word-self">key word
A word used to search a library database or the Internet Key word searches locate results by exactly matching the search word to an item in the database or at the Internet site For example, a search term using the key words "third world" will find items with that exact term, but may not include items that use the term "developing countries "
word-self">key word
a significant word used in indexing or cataloging
word-self">key word
A reserved word or function-name whose presence is required when the format in which the word appears is used in a source program
word-self">key word
A word you type into a search engine to indicate what pages you would like it to locate for you
word-self">key word
The first word in a classified ad
word-self">key word
a word that is used as a pattern to decode an encrypted message
word-self">key word
A word or words used by the search engines to describe what your website is about Most search engines will allow you a maximum of 5 key words The two top directories (yahoo and open directory) look at your site title and your description to match what people type into the search box
word-self">key word
Used in database searches to specify the search criteria Seen on Usenet when using Archie, Veronica, WAIS, Netfind or similar applications
word-self">key word
The most important, or main, word or words in your topic
word-self">key words
Words specific to a web site which can be registered with a search engine to ensure identification with users looking for information via a "key word search"
word-self">key words
the main concepts or terms for your topic
word-self">key words
beach: the strip of land next to the sea It can be sand, shingle or pebbles cliffs: steep drop in the land as it meets the sea rock pool: area of the beach near to the rocks where water remains at low tidesand dunes: sandy hills at the edge of the beach pier: man made structure jutting out into the sea to give access to boatslighthouse: building with strong light which warns people in boats about nearby rocks hotel: a place where people can pay to stay
word-self">key words
Arabic - the language in which the Qur'an is writtenHadith - the teachings of the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh)Hajj - pilgrimage to MakkahIslam - one of the world's main religionsJihad - holy war (can only be justified if Islam is under threat)Makkah - in Saudi Arabia, the most sacred place of Islam Mosque - Place of worship for MuslimsMuslim - a follower of the religion IslamProphet - a person who brings a message or warning Qur'an - the sacred book of IslamSalah - prayerSawm - fasting - going without luxuries (usually food, drink, leisure etc )Shahadah belief that God is One and Muhammed is his prophetZakah - Charity - sometimes deducted from income - to help the poor whether Muslim or not
word-self">key words
name: what someone is calledaddress: where someone livesstreet: residential road usually leading off a main roadlane: country road usually quite narrowdrive: short road often connecting two other roads avenue: wide residential roadsquare: road around four sides of a central area often a garden or parkpost code: letters and numbers at the end of an address which identifies the town and road name
word-self">key words
in a database, important terms related to a topic of interest that can be combined in a search statement to pinpoint useful information on a topic
word-self">key words
- terms related to your topic usually naming important places, people and subjects which are used to search indexes and databases
word-self">key words
egg: the first stage in a butterfly's life cyclecaterpillar: small creature , second stage in the butterfly's life cycle chrysalis: third stage in a butterfly's life cyclepupa: another name for a chrysalis
word-self">key words
00-11-01
word-self">key words
old something that was made a long time agonew something that has been made recentlymodern something which is up to date or fashionable made of new materials or designsmaterials what something is made fromwooden made from woodmetal made from metal e g tin or steel or leadplastic a soft, man made materialfragile something which is easily brokensoft something which is easy to squashhard something which cannot be squashed easily
word-self">key words
Any words, phrases or synonyms important to your topic
word-self">key words
Words used by search and indexing services (spiders) to determine placement of web pages in listings
keyword
a keyword is a significant word that appears somewhere in the title, subject, abstract, or elsewhere in the record of a document Keywords can be used to search a catalogue, article index, or other type of database
keyword
(1) (n ) A summarizing word or phrase in a document or record that is used in sorting and searching (2) (n ) A word or symbol that has a specific meaning in a programming-language statement Also called reserved word
keyword
a word that you type into a computer so that it will search for that word on the Internet
keyword
A word or phrase used to focus an online search and to target advertising Advertisers can purchase keywords on search engines to guarantee that their website information is displayed prominently and/or display an associated creative
keyword
A word which forms (part of) a search engine query
keyword
In the awk language, a keyword is a word that has special meaning Keywords are reserved and may not be used as variable names gawk's keywords are: BEGIN, END, if, else, while, do while, for, for in, break, continue, delete, next, nextfile, function, func, and exit
keyword
a word that is used in a search box to look for related documents; a word hidden in the source code of an HTML page for search services to use
keyword
Word or expression with a specific meaning in the dialog (e g : "cancel", "Friday", etc ) Depending on the way the keyword is presented to the user, the terms explicit, implicit or background keywords are used
keyword
A word or phrase that you type in when you are searching for information in the search engines
keyword
The terms that you enter into the search field of an online library catalog, database, electronic index, or Web search site If you are researching the impact of computers on writing instruction, for instance, you might use the keywords writing, teaching, computers, technology, instruction, and learning Used in various combinations, these keywords could lead you to books, articles, and Web pages that address your research question See What is a Keyword? in Refining Searches by Adding Keywords
keyword
Definition: A word or phrase that is used in a search engine query Optimizing a site entails researching the keyword or keyword phrases that users enter in order to find web sites, and optimizing a web site around those terms
keyword
A singular word or phrase that is typed into a search engine search query Keyword mainly refers to popular words which relate to any one website For example, a web site about real estate could focus on keywords such as House, or phrases such as Home for Sale
keyword
The word (or words) a user types in when presented with a search box (for example the box in front of where it says "Look It Up" near the upper right-hand corner on the homepage of NetLingo) On a search engine, for example, a keyword is the term or phrase that you type in to begin an online search The term keyword also appears in a meta tag as part of the HTML code on a Web site Keywords are the series of words which follow this tag, and often comprise a long list of terms in order to help the search engines readily identify and better index the Web site Definition courtesy of www netlingo com
keyword
A word that is entered into the search form or search "window" of an Internet search engine to search the Web for pages or sites about or including the keyword and information related to it
keyword
Word or phrase used to identify an ezboard for search purposes
keyword
An important word in the abstract, title, subject heading, or text of an entry in an electronic database which can be used as a search term Note: A keyword search will not search the subject heading field in SABIO Catalog
keyword
{i} word which explains a code or cipher; important word; word which indicates the subject of a document
keyword
In search-engine technology, a significant word, which is used for content indexing; see also noise word In programming, a word reserved for a command or other program instruction
keyword
In the awk language, a keyword is a word that has special meaning Keywords are reserved and may not be used as variable names awk's keywords are: if, else, while, do while, for, for in, break, continue, delete, next, function, func, and exit
keyword
Significant search term used to find information in a database In UCLID a keyword may appear in the author, title, series, subject or content note fields
keyword
Most often refers to a feature of text editing and database management systems; a keyword is an index entry that correlates with a specific record or document
keyword
In the context of the printed alphabetical index, 'keyword' is simply a different name for 'heading' and refers to the bold type entry headings which physically 'head' the entry In the context of the computerized version of Iconclass, the Iconclass2000 Browser, the term 'keyword' is used in place of 'heading' to refer to the word or words chosen as the access-point to the textual descriptions of the classification and their corresponding notations Keywords are not a plain listing of the words in textual correlates, even though they were often inspired by them Keywords were hand-picked and show a considerable degree of standardization A keyword that has been assigned to a particular notation is implicitly a valid keyword for that notation and all of its hierarchical 'children' This powerful feature comes into play in searches with two or more keywords
keyword
A word searched for in a search command Keywords are searched in any order Use spaces to separate keywords in simple keyword searching To search keywords exactly as keyed (in the same order), see PHRASE
keyword
The keywords you choose for a given Ad Group are used to target your ads to potential customers
keyword
A significant word or phrase in the abstract, title, subject headings (descriptors), or text of a record in a bibliographic database which can be used in a search statement to retrieve all records containing the word or phrase
keyword
(1) A significant or memorable word or term in the title, abstract or text of an item that indicates its subject; (2) a type of search method which retrieves search terms from anywhere in the record (See also Free-Text)
key word

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    ki wırd

    Telaffuz

    /ˈkē ˈwərd/ /ˈkiː ˈwɜrd/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'kE ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English c[AE]g; akin to Old Frisian kEi key.

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