memories

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İngilizce - Türkçe
anılar

Tom'un bazı gerçekten acı anıları vardı. - Tom had some really painful memories.

Hisleri, görüntüleri, düşünceleri ya da anıları iletmeyen müzik sadece arka fon gürültüsüdür. - Music that doesn't transmit feelings, images, thoughts, or memories is just background noise.

hatırat
hatıralar

Kolej günlerimin hatıraları aklıma geliyor. - Memories of my college days come to my mind.

Boston'da geçirdiğim zaman, yıllarca hatıralarımı süsleyecek. - I will have good memories of my time in Boston for many years.

hatırası
memory
anı

O, anılarımda kaybolmaya başlamıştı. - She had begun to recede in my memory.

Onunla ilgili anılarım azalmaya başladı. - My memory of her has begun to recede.

memory
bellek

Bellek beynimizin önemli bir işlevidir. - Memory is an essential function of our brain.

Sanal bellek çoklu görev çekirdekleri için geliştirilmiş bir bellek yönetim tekniğidir. - Virtual memory is a memory management technique developed for multitasking kernels.

memory
hatıra

En ufak bir şüphe olmadan, rüya daha önceki hayattan bir hatıraydı. - Without the slightest doubt, the dream was a memory from a previous life.

memory
hafıza

Sen iyi bir hafızaya sahipsin. - You have a good memory.

O iyi bir hafızaya sahiptir. - He has a good memory.

memory
{i} akıl
memory
zihin
memory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) angı
memory
(Tıp) hatırlama problemleri
memory
hatır

En ufak bir şüphe olmadan, rüya daha önceki hayattan bir hatıraydı. - Without the slightest doubt, the dream was a memory from a previous life.

Dan yaptıklarından hiçbir şey hatırlamıyordu. - Dan had no memory of what he had done.

memory
anı/hafıza
memory
andaç
memory
olayları hatırlanan zaman müddeti
memory
hafıza kuvveti
memory
anısına

Ölmüş kocasının anısına değer verdi. - She cherished the memory of her dead husband.

Bu anıt büyük bir devlet adamı anısınadır. - This monument is in memory of a great statesman.

memory
belek
suitcases of memories
çantalar dolusu hatıra
army memories
askerlik anıları
be still in memories
hafızalardaki yerini korumak
bitter sweet memories
acı tatlı anılar
fond memories
güzel hatıralar
linger in memories
hafızalardaki yerini korumak
memory
anlak
memory
(Askeri) HAFIZA: İç biriktirme vasıtası. Normal olarak, merkezi işlem makinesi (center processor) 'nın bir parçası
memory
hatırlanan şey
memory
(Tıp) Geçmişe ait olayları hatırlama veya hafızada tutabilme yeteneği, bellek
memory
(Tıp) Geçmişe ait hatırlanan herhangi bir şey (olay, kişi v.s) veya hatırlanan şeylerin tümü, hatıra, anı
memory
in memory of hatırasına
recovered memories
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ortaya çıkarılan anılar
revival of memories
hatıraların canlanması
wake painful memories
acı anıları canlandırmak
Türkçe - Türkçe

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memory
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İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of memory
eidetic memories
plural form of eidetic memory
memory
A record of a thing or an event stored and available for later use by the organism

I have no memory of that event.

memory
The part of a computer that stores variable executable code or data (RAM) or unalterable executable code or default data (ROM)

This data passes from the CPU to the memory.

memory
The ability of an organism to record information about things or events with the facility of recalling them later at will

Happiness is nothing more than good health and a bad memory.

memory
Used synonymously with "in recent history"; e.g. in living memory

The Roberts Court seems to be the most politically conservative in living memory.

photographic memories
plural form of photographic memory
memory
{i} recall; recollection; saved mental impression; reminder; fastest and chief area for information storage in a computer (Computers)
memory
{n} remembrance, power of recollection
Memory
memoria
Memory
mem
Memory
store
awake old memories
bring memories to mind, make nostalgic
brings back old memories
causes one to remember to past, makes one remember things that were almost forgotten
childhood memories
memories of events that happened when one was young
evoke memories
elicit recollections, awaken memories, invoke memories
memory
The reach and positiveness with which a person can remember; the strength and trustworthiness of one's power to reach and represent or to recall the past; as, his memory was never wrong
memory
as preserved in remembrance, history, or tradition; posthumous fame; as, the war became only a memory
memory
emphasis If you say that something is, for example, the best, worst, or first thing of its kind in living memory, you are emphasizing that it is the only thing of that kind that people can remember. The floods are the worst in living memory
memory
A memory is something that you remember from the past. She cannot bear to watch the film because of the bad memories it brings back Her earliest memory is of singing at the age of four to wounded soldiers He had happy memories of his father
memory
the area of cognitive psychology that studies memory processes; "he taught a graduate course on learning and memory
memory
A memorial
memory
Imagine all the mailboxes on your street standing in single file next to each other Each mailbox has an individual address so that when I say deliver mail to #329 you should be able to find it Computer MEMORY is similar to this row of mailboxes Each MEMORY location has its own address and the ability to hold data Additionally, you may put (store) mail in a box (memory location) or take (read) mail from a box (memory location) Most importantly, this reading or storing of mail (data) may be performed in any order-- randomly So, reading or storing data into numbers 919,105, 3,1000 is perfectly O K This is often referred to as Random Access Memory (RAM) Your computer has many of these mailboxes, as many as 65536 addressable locations Each location is capable of receiving data and storing the data until needed or until power is turned off
memory
Refers to a computer's primary storage area Memory and "storage" are sometimes used as synonyms However, memory pertains to a part of storage where instructions are executed It excludes storage devices like disks, diskettes, and magnetic tapes
memory
If you lose your memory, you forget things that you used to know. His illness caused him to lose his memory
memory
The actual and distinct retention and recognition of past ideas in the mind; remembrance; as, in memory of youth; memories of foreign lands
memory
Something, or an aggregate of things, remembered; hence, character, conduct, etc
memory
The capacity to recall past experience or information in the present The reliability of memory as a source of knowledge and the extent of its contribution to personal identity are matters of philosophical dispute Recommended Reading: Edward S Casey, Remembering: A Phenomenological Study (Indiana, 2000) {at Amazon com}; Charles E Scott, The Time of Memory (SUNY, 1999) {at Amazon com}; Edward S Casey, Spirit and Soul: Essays in Philosophical Psychology (Spring, 1991) {at Amazon com}; and Ian Hacking, Rewriting the Soul (Princeton, 1998) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP, DPM, Michael Huemer, BGHT, noesis, ColE, Mayes, Gooding, & van Eijk, and MacE
memory
A computer's memory is the part of the computer where information is stored, especially for a short time before it is transferred to disks or magnetic tapes. The data are stored in the computer's memory
memory
The storage area where the computer puts information it is working on right now This is useful for only short-term storage (like until tomorrow) For long-term storage, computers put information on disks Also known as main memory or RAM
memory
Memory is where data is stored On the TI-85, the main memory is the built-in 32K of RAM This memory is composed of one-byte sections, each with a unique address See also the Data and Memory lesson
memory
If you talk about the memory of someone who has died, especially someone who was loved or respected, you are referring to the thoughts, actions, and ceremonies by which they are remembered. She remained devoted to his memory The congress opened with a minute's silence in memory of those who died in the struggle
memory
Internal storage areas in the computer The term memory identifies data storage that comes in the form of chips, and the word storage is used for memory that exists on tapes or disks Moreover, the term memory is usually used as a shorthand for physical memory, which refers to the actual chips capable of holding data Some computers also use virtual memory, which expands physical memory onto a hard disk Every computer comes with a certain amount of physical memory, usually referred to as main memory or RAM You can think of main memory as an array of boxes, each of which can hold a single byte of information A computer that has 1 megabyte of memory, therefore, can hold about 1 million bytes (or characters) of information
memory
We speak of a computerís storage capacity as its memory, but also its capacity to hold information open whilst in use See bytes, RAM and ROM
memory
The part of a computer in which data is stored The basic operating program for the computer is stored in a read-only memory (ROM), which can be read, but can’t be altered Instructions and data for processing are stored in the random-access memory (RAM), which can be read, but also be added to, changed, or deleted
memory
The time within which past events can be or are remembered; as, within the memory of man
memory
works like a blackboard that is constantly overwritten with new data The data stored in memory disappears when you turn off the computer The amount of memory determines the number of programs a computer can run at once and how fast programs will operate Memory is measured in bytes, computers should have at least 8 MB, but 16 MB is recommended for todays software
memory
Capacity for storing information in a computer
memory
Every computer comes with a certain amount of physical memory, usually referred to as main memory or RAM (random-access memory) For instance, you should have at least 32 MB of RAM to install SBC Yahoo! Dial on a computer running Windows® 95/98/Me (or at least 64 MB of RAM for Windows® NT, 2000, and XP - SBC Yahoo! DSL will require at least 64 MB of RAM for ALL versions of Windows®) Back to Top
memory
The term commonly used to refer to a computer system’s random access memory (see also RAM) The term memory has also been used to refer to all types of electronic data storage (see storage) A computer system’s memory is crucial to its operation; without memory, a computer could not read programs or retain data, Memory stores data electronically in memory cells contained in chips The two most common types of memory chips are DRAM and SRAM
memory
The faculty of the mind by which it retains the knowledge of previous thoughts, impressions, or events
memory
A computer's random-access memory Memory temporarily holds data and instructions for the CPU See RAM
memory
Also called main memory The working space used by the computer to hold the program that is currently running, along with the data it needs, and to run programs and process data The main memory is built from RAM chips The amount of memory available determines the size of programs that can be run, and whether more than one program can be run at once Main memory is temporary, and is lost when the computer is turned off It is distinguished from more permanent internal memory (ROM) which contains the computer's essential programs, and storage (the disks and tapes which are used to store data)
memory
the power of retaining and recalling past experience; "he had a good memory when he was younger"
memory
The space used by a computer to hold the program that is currently running, along with the data it needs; also used to run programs and process data The main memory is built from RAM chips
memory
If you do something from memory, for example speak the words of a poem or play a piece of music, you do it without looking at it, because you know it very well. Many members of the church sang from memory
memory
The place where a computer stores data and|or programs for direct access by the CPU: RAM or ROM (and also cache memory), not disks
memory
the area of cognitive psychology that studies memory processes; "he taught a graduate course on learning and memory"
memory
Also referred to as RAM, or Random Access Memory Enables a computer to store, at least temporarily, data and programs One way to think of memory is as the "working energy" available to the computer Every program you run requires memory and there is only a finite amount of it The more memory you have, the more programs you can have running simultaneously and the more data can be held for speedy access by your machine (Think of your computer as a person treading water in a swimming pool Every time you open another program it's like giving that person a brick to hold Too many bricks, and even the most powerful swimmer will sink!) Unfortunately, memory does not "remember" your data! Memory is dynamic, so when the computer is switched off whatever programs or data that were in memory disappear You must save your data to a storage device like a disk if you wish to keep it after the computer is turned off
memory
an electronic memory device; "a memory and the CPU form the central part of a computer to which peripherals are attached" the power of retaining and recalling past experience; "he had a good memory when he was younger" the cognitive processes whereby past experience is remembered; "he can do it from memory"; "he enjoyed remembering his father" something that is remembered; "search as he would, the memory was lost" the area of cognitive psychology that studies memory processes; "he taught a graduate course on learning and memory
memory
The part of a computer system which is used to run programs The word memory is used to refer to the capacity of the system (for example, a 1 meg machine), and also to the actual chips that provide the memory (a memory upgrade) See also RAM and ROM
memory
to commit something to memory: see commit. In digital computers, a physical device used to store such information as data or programs on a temporary or permanent basis. Most digital computer systems have two types of memory, the main memory and one or more auxiliary storage units. In most cases, the main memory is a high-speed RAM. Auxiliary storage units include hard disks, floppy disks, and magnetic tape drives. Besides main and auxiliary memories, other forms of memory include ROM and optical storage media such as videodiscs and compact discs (see CD-ROM). Power or process of recalling or reproducing what has been learned or experienced. Research indicates that the ability to retain information is fairly uniform among normal individuals; what differs is the degree to which persons learn or take account of something to begin with and the kind and amount of detail that is retained. Attention, motivation, and especially association facilitate this process. Visual images are generally better remembered than are other forms of sense-data. Memory prodigies, or people with "photographic" or "eidetic" memories, often draw heavily on visual associations, including mnemonics. Many psychologists distinguish between short-and long-term memory. The former (variously said to last 10 seconds to 3 minutes) is less subject to interference and distortion than the latter. Long-term memory is sometimes divided into episodic (i.e., event-centred) and semantic (i.e., knowledge-centred) memory. Various models of memory have been proposed, from the Enlightenment notion of impressions made on brain tissues (restyled as "memory molecules" or coded "engrams" in the 20th century) to B.F. Skinner's "black box" to more recent ideas concerning information processing or the formation of neuronal groups. Disorders of or involving memory include Alzheimer disease, amnesia, Korsakoff syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder, and senile dementia. See also hypnosis. erasable programmable read only memory random access memory read only memory compact disc read only memory
memory
something that is remembered; "search as he would, the memory was lost"
memory
(RAM - Random Access Memory) the amount of memory available for your programs to use Working with graphics or animation programs will use up a lot of RAM and may cause your computer to become slow Shutting down and restarting your computer resets the RAM
memory
A temporary storage area for information and applications RAM, ROM, conventional memory, expanded memory, and extended memory are all different types of memory RAM and hard disk space should not be confused RAM is temporary storage while the hard disk offers semi-permanent storage
memory
Memory is like a huge bank of little post office boxes The computer can store and retrieve information from these little boxes Each box is numbered sequentially, starting from zero, and can hold one byte We think of bytes as having a value between zero and 255, but in reality memory just holds tiny electronic charges which must be maintained by the computer As a result, when the computer is turned off, everything in memory is deleted That's why we also have storage
memory
the cognitive processes whereby past experience is remembered; "he can do it from memory"; "he enjoyed remembering his father"
memory
an electronic memory device; "a memory and the CPU form the central part of a computer to which peripherals are attached"
memory
The part of the printer's electronic system that is used to store information (data) Some information is fixed and is used to control how the printer operates Information that is sent to the printer from the computer is stored in memory temporarily See also RAM and ROM
memory
A data storage structure in a computer that accepts binary information for storage in electrical, mechanical, or magnetic form, and retains the information for as long as needed Selected data can be written, moved, displayed, copied, or erased The variety of memory media includes: paper, magnetic, bubble, optical laser, and semiconductor memory Each one has a different method of operation and a specific criterion for being selected See STORAGE
memory
Computer memory is used to temporarily store data In reality, computer memory is only capable of remembering sequences of zeros and ones, but by utilizing the binary number system it is possible to produce arbitrary rational numbers and through clever formatting all manner of representations of pictures, sounds, and animations The most common types of memory are RAM, ROM, and flash
memory
Your memory is your ability to remember things. All the details of the meeting are fresh in my memory He'd a good memory for faces, and he was sure he hadn't seen her before But locals with long memories thought this was fair revenge for the injustice of 1961
recur to past memories
return to thoughts of past events
memories

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    memıriz

    Telaffuz

    /ˈmemərēz/ /ˈmɛmɜriːz/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'mem-rE, 'me-m&- ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English memorie, from Middle French memoire, from Latin memoria, from memor mindful; akin to Old English gemimor well-known, Greek mermEra care, Sanskrit smarati he remembers.

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