locality

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İngilizce - Türkçe
olay yeri
yöre
yer
mevzi
mekan,yöre
{i} civar
{i} mekân
{i} yer, semt, lokalite
{i} semt
bir şeyin bulunduğu
yerellik
çevre
yerel
bölge
muhit
local
{s} yerli

Tom yerli bir kızla evlendi. - Tom married a local girl.

Yerliler bu nehre adam yiyen nehir diyorlar ve ondan korkuyorlar. - The locals call this river the man-eating river and fear it.

local
yerel

Napoli belediye başkanı, saldırıya uğradıktan kısa bir süre sonra yerel halk tarafından dövülen bir Amerikalı turistten özür diledi. - The mayor of Naples has apologised to a US tourist who was beaten up by local residents shortly after he was mugged.

Gotland'te kirpi, yerel bir semboldür. - The hedgehog on Gotland is a local symbol.

local
lokal

Sana lokal anestetik vereceğim. - I'll give you a local anaesthetic.

Sana lokal anestezi ilacı verdik. - I've given you a local anesthetic.

local
bölgesel
local
(Diş Hekimliği) yerel; sadece belli bir yeri ilgilendiren
local
{i} sakin

O, yöre sakini bir çocukla evlendi. - She married a local boy.

Yerel sakinler şok içinde. - Local residents are in a state of shock.

local
kısıtlı
local
semt birahanesi
local
diagonal hareket
local
yerel haber
local
yerel gazete
local
(Askeri) mahal

Yönetmen yerel Asahi muhabirinin suç mahalline gitmesini istedi. - The director wanted the local Asahi reporter to go to the scene of the crime.

local
bar

Her hafta sonu Tom arkadaşlarıyla bir yerel barda bira içer. - Tom drinks beer with his buddies at the local bar every weekend.

Yerel yönetim tüm barları ve salonları kapattı. - The local government closed all bars and saloons.

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(Tıp) lokal anestetikler
local
ayla
local
lokal tren
local
(Bilgisayar) ve yerel
local
(İİ) semt birahanesi
local
yöresel

Bu kıyafetler yöresel olarak yapılırlar. - These clothes are made locally.

Sami ve Leyla yöresel küçük bir lokantada takıldılar. - Sami and Layla hung out at the local diner.

a kind of folkloric dance, peculiar to Artvin locality
atabari
inhabitant of the locality
mahallin sakini
type locality
örnek yer
bump of locality
yönünü bulma yeteneği
bump of locality
yolları bulma yeteneği
bump of locality
yön duygusu
forward operation locality
(Askeri) İleri faaliyet konuş yeri
local
banliyö treni
local
ekspres olmayan
local
{s} şehir içi
local
{s} İng. bar
local
yersel
local
yöre sakini

O, yöre sakini bir çocukla evlendi. - She married a local boy.

local
her istasyonda duran tren
local
mahalli idare
local
{s} dar, sınırlı
local
local authority mahallin en yüksek sivil makamı
local
mevkii
local
{s} (Tıp) lokal. i., k.dili
local
(Tıp) Vücudun ufak bir bölümüne ait, mevzii, lokal
local
{s} kısmi
local
mahalli

Yönetmen yerel Asahi muhabirinin suç mahalline gitmesini istedi. - The director wanted the local Asahi reporter to go to the scene of the crime.

local
gazetede mahalli haber
sense of locality
nerede olduğunu anlama yeteneği
sense of locality
yer duygusu
tactical locality
(Askeri) TAKTİK MAHAL: Mevkii ve şekil itibariyle, belirli bir zamanda, özel şartlar altında taktik bir önem kazanan arazi bölgesi
type locality
tip yeri
İngilizce - İngilizce
pl. The features or surroundings of a particular place
The situation or position of an object
The fact or quality of having a position in space
An area or district considered as the site of certain activities; a neighbourhood
{n} a local state, existence in a place
Degree to which computations performed by a processor depend only upon local data Locality is measured in several ways including the ratio of local to nonlocal data accesses
{i} place, district; vicinity; state of occupying a position in space, state of having a location
* immediacy, such as that provided by online clearing of digital bearer instruments * dealing with the agents one knows best * dealing in one's area of specialty
Geographic areas defined by Medicare for determining payment amounts There are now about 89 Medicare localities, some covering entire states, other counties, groups of counties, or metropolitan areas Physician Payment Reform reduced wide variations in payments among localities, sometimes within a few miles of each other, experienced under the Customary, Prevailing & Reasonable (CPR) system
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The degree to which the computations done by a processor depend only on data values held in memory that is close to that processor (in the sense that it is in memory that is least expensive for the processor to access), or the degree to which computations done on a point in some data structure depend only on values near that point Locality can be measured by the ratio of local to nonlocal data accesses, or by the distribution of distances of, or times taken by, nonlocal accesses
Limitation to a county, district, or place; as, locality of trial
A Base and the components within it; that is, a Host Integration Server 2000 executable program See also dynamic locality
VARCHAR2(6) Whether this partitioned index is LOCAL or GLOBAL
a surrounding or nearby region; "the plane crashed in the vicinity of Asheville"; "it is a rugged locality"; "he always blames someone else in the immediate neighborhood"; "I will drop in on you the next time I am in this neck of the woods"
A very large site or site-area composed of 2 or more concentrations or clusterings of cultural remains
The features or surroundings of a particular place
(1) immediacy, such as that provided by online clearing of digital bearer instruments (2) dealing with the agents one knows best (3) dealing in one's area of specialty
(n ) The degree to which the computations done by a processor depend only on data values held in memory that is close to that processor, or the degree to which computations done on a point in some data structure depend only on values near that point Locality can be measured by the ratio of local to nonlocal data accesses, or by the distribution of distances of, or times taken by, nonlocal accesses See also halo, stencil
The state, or condition, of belonging to a definite place, or of being contained within definite limits
City, town, township, or other subdivision of a county
a geographical place or situation, as of a mineral or plant
Position; situation; a place; a spot; esp
The perceptive faculty concerned with the ability to remember the relative positions of places
a principle that postulates that programs tend to execute instructions close to the current instruction and use data close to the current value The priciple of locality is the basis for the usage of cache
Enter a name or part of a name of any locality level (from Ocean to specific locality) Currently, this field does not yet support logical operators such as 'not', 'and' and 'or'; entered values are taken as literal strings Spaces are allowed in search criteria, but will be truncated if they are either the first or last character(s) of the search criterion Note: all records in the current database already include 'Fiji' in the locality, so use this field to search for more specific locality levels (e g , 'Viti Levu')
The area where a plant is found growing Characteristics like temperature, humidity, wind, etc are what differentiate between different locals
A locality is a small area of a country or city. Following the discovery of the explosives the president cancelled his visit to the locality = area. localities a small area of a country, city etc = area
local
A locally scoped identifier

Functional programming languages usually don't allow changing the immediate value of locals once they've been initialized, unless they're explicitly marked as being mutable.

local
Of or pertaining to a restricted part of an organism

The patient didn't want to be sedated, so we applied only local anesthesia.

local
Having limited scope (either lexical or dynamic); only being accessible within a certain portion of a program
local
Applying to each point in a space rather than the space as a whole
local
One's nearest or regularly frequented public house or bar
local
Descended from an indigenous population

Hawaiian Pidgin is spoken by the local population.

type locality
The location where a nomenclatural or name-bearing type was collected
type locality
The location, usually where the first specimen was discovered, considered most representative of a mineral, formation etc
local
{a} being of or in a place, relating to a place
Local
lcl
bump of locality
sense of direction
local
A 'local' is a trader registered to a member of LIFFE The local trades for his or her own account
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Independent trader who trades her or his own money on the floor of the exchanges Some locals act as brokers as well, but are subject to certain rules that protect customer orders
local
{s} characterized by or occupying a particular place; affecting a small or particular area of the body (Medicine); not widespread making all stops along a route (of a train or bus)
local
A futures trader who normally trades on an exchange on his/her own account
local
(adj ) Characteristic of having limited scope Contrast with global
local
A group existing only at UB and/or local schools, not affiliated with a National organization
local
Local means `in effect only in a particular context'; the relevant kind of context is a particular function execution, a particular buffer, or a particular major mode It is the opposite of `global' (q v ) Specific uses of `local' in Emacs terminology appear below
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Local means existing in or belonging to the area where you live, or to the area that you are talking about. We'd better check on the match in the local paper Some local residents joined the students' protest I was going to pop up to the local library. The locals are local people. That's what the locals call the place. + locally lo·cal·ly We've got cards which are drawn and printed and designed by someone locally
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A member of a U S exchange who trades for his own account and/or fills orders for customers and whose activities provide market liquidity See Floor Trader
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limited to a particular place, as in: The local people were amazed at the number of visitors to their town
local
A local anaesthetic or condition affects only a small area of your body
local
Close at hand or restricted to a particular area In communications, a local device is one that can be accessed directly rather than by means of a communications link In information processing, a local operation is one performed by the computer at hand rather than by a remote computer For example, the server computer on which Windows Media Services is installed is the local computer with respect to that server
local
A train that stops at all, or almost all, stations between its origin and destination, including very small ones
local
within easy reach, on the local area network, not remote
local
Local means "in effect only in a particular context"; the relevant kind of context is a particular function execution, a particular buffer, or a particular major mode It is the opposite of `global' (q v ) Specific uses of `local' in Emacs terminology appear below
local
A train which receives and deposits passengers or freight along the line of the road; a train for the accommodation of a certain district
local
(1) In programming languages, pertaining to the relationship between a language object and a block, such that the language object has a scope contained in that block I (2) Pertaining to that which is defined and used only in one subdivision of a computer program ANSI
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public transport consisting of a bus or train that stops at all stations or stops; "the local seemed to take forever to get to New York" relating to or applicable to or concerned with the administration of a city or town or district rather than a larger area; "local taxes"; "local authorities" affecting only a restricted part or area of the body; "local anesthesia" of or belonging to or characteristic of a particular locality or neighborhood; "local customs"; "local schools"; "the local citizens"; "a local point of view"; "local outbreaks of flu"; "a local bus line
local
From or in a nearby location
local
The term 'local' refers to your immediate computer environment In other words the facilities to hand that are not on a network
local
in close physical proximity and joined together, but may be joined to a wider area network via some sort of server or router /gateway A relative term, since UCDNet as a whole is a "local" network relative to the Internet as a whole, but the Olson computer classroom is a Local Area Network (LAN) relative to UCDNet
local
On newspaper cant, an item of news relating to the place where the paper is published
local
A group existing only at Binghamton University and/or local schools, not affiliated with a National organization
local
A variable whose scope is the function within which it is defined You must use the local keyword to explicitly create a local variable within a function Source: NSPL
local
A member of an exchange who trades for his own account or fills orders for customers
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relating to or applicable to or concerned with the administration of a city or town or district rather than a larger area; "local taxes"; "local authorities"
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Something connected to, or a service provided by, the piece of equipment you are sitting in front of i e you do not need to use a network in order to use the facility
local
A member of an exchange who trades for his own account See Floor Trader
local
A person who lives nearby
local
In the classification, "local" refers to the level of government that has the authority for the delivery of services and is distinguished from "state " Local government can be municipal, county, or parish
local
{i} person who is native to or resides in a particular locality; local branch (of an organization, union, etc.); train or bus which stops at the majority of stops along a route; newspaper item of local interest
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Inhabitant of particular district The problem for Clifford is how that particular district is defined and by whom In todays world of globalization it is hard to draw the lines and determine certain boundaries while at the same time you identify the insiders and outsiders The choice is historically constrained by elements like race, culture, class, gender, and sexuality, different combinations of which may be featured
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This defines how a procedure or variable can be accessed By making them local they can only be accessed within the script file or current block
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(1) A type of scope in which variables are accessible only to a particular part of a program (usually one module) (2) The system initiating the request for service This term is relative to the perspective of the user
local
Your local is a pub which is near where you live and where you often go for a drink. The Black Horse is my local
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Of or pertaining to a particular place, or to a definite region or portion of space; restricted to one place or region; as, a local custom
local
anesthetic that numbs a local area of the body
local
of or belonging to or characteristic of a particular locality or neighborhood; "local customs"; "local schools"; "the local citizens"; "a local point of view"; "local outbreaks of flu"; "a local bus line
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public transport consisting of a bus or train that stops at all stations or stops; "the local seemed to take forever to get to New York"
local
A trader on a futures exchange who buys and sells for his own account and may sometimes also fill public orders
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affecting only a restricted part or area of the body; "local anesthesia"
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Ones nearest or regularly frequented public house or bar
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Local government is elected by people in one area of a country and controls aspects such as education, housing, and transport within that area. Education comprises two-thirds of all local council spending. national
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A branch of a an nationwide organization such as a trade union
localities
plural of locality
locality

    Heceleme

    lo·cal·i·ty

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    lōkälıti

    Telaffuz

    /lōˈkalətē/ /loʊˈkælətiː/

    Etimoloji

    [ lO-'ka-l&-tE ] (noun.) 1628. From Latin localitas.

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