modish

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İngilizce - Türkçe
modaya uygun
moda
{s} son moda
son model
modishlymodaya uygun olarak
modishnessmodaya uygunluk
fashionable
{s} modaya uygun

Ben her zaman modaya uygun kıyafetler giymeye çalışırım. - I always try to wear fashionable clothes.

Eski kıyafetlerini daha modaya uygun hale getirmek için değiştirdi. - She altered her old clothes to make them look more fashionable.

mode
{i} kip
mode
{i} biçim

Sanat dünyanın bildiği bireyciliğin en yoğun biçimidir. - Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.

Bu, hurafenin modern bir biçimidir. - That is a modern form of superstition.

mode
{i} tipik değer (istatistik)
mode
mod

O mimar çok modern evler inşa ediyor. - That architect builds very modern houses.

Salman Rüşdi'nin “Şeytan Ayetleri” modern edebiyatın gerçek başyapıtıdır. - “The Satanic Verses” by Salman Rushdie is a real masterpiece of modern literature.

mode
moda/biçim
mode
istatistik en çok elde edilen değer
fashionable
rağbette olan
fashionable
revaçta olan
mode
(Bilgisayar) ençok_olan
mode
(Politika, Siyaset) stil
mode
(Gıda) tepe değeri
mode
(Dilbilim) üst değer
mode
mo
mode
yol

O Noel'de bana çok güzel bir uçak satın almak için yola çıktı. - At Christmas she went out of her way to buy me a really nice model plane.

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(Bilgisayar) durum

Çoğu durumda, modernizasyon batılılaşma ile tanımlanır. - In most cases, modernization is identified with Westernization.

mode
doruk
mode
tepe değer
mode
tarz
conforming with fashion or style
moda ve stil ile uyumlu
mode
kipi
mode
{i} moda

Favori moda mankenin kim? - Who's your favorite fashion model?

İbranice hiç eski moda değil ama oldukça modern, coşkun ve taze. - Hebrew is not at all old-fashioned, but rather modern, effervescent, and fresh.

fashionable
{s} moda

Bir sosyete moda toplumda iyi tanınan ve sosyal faaliyetlere ve eğlenceye düşkün bir kişidir. - A socialite is a person who is well known in fashionable society and is fond of social activities and entertainment.

O her zaman moda kıyafetler giyer. - She always wears fashionable clothes.

fashionable
{s} moda olan, şık, revaçta olan, rağbette olan
fashionable
kibar kimseler arasında revaçta olan
fashionable
{s} kibar
fashionable
fashionably modaya uygun olarak
fashionable
{s} şık

Tom her zaman şık kıyafetler giyer. - Tom always wears fashionable clothes.

mode
(isim) biçim, yöntem, tarz, üslup, kip, makam [müz.], tipik değer (istatistik), moda
mode
yöntem

Modern yöntemler endüstriyi ilerletti. - Modern methods have pushed industry forward.

Modern yöntemler sanayiyi geliştirdi. - Modern methods improved industry.

mode
üslup
mode
{i} müz. makam
mode
kip durum
mode
{i} dilb. kip
mode
(Avrupa Birliği) usul, koşul, şart
mode
bir önerme veya karşılaştırmanın şekli
mode
{i} makam [müz.]
mode
{i} usul, tarz, üslup, şekil
mode
(Hukuk) tarz/stil
mode
(Askeri) (IDENTIFICATION FRIEND OR FOE) MOD (DOST-DÜŞMAN TANIMA): Bir sorgulayıcı tarafından gönderilen sinyallerin aralarındaki belirli boşlukları belirten harf veya rakam
modishly
modaya uygun olarak
modishly
modaya uygun şekilde
modishly
(zarf) modaya uygun olarak
İngilizce - İngilizce
in the current mode
conforming with fashion or style
fashionable
{a} fashionable, tasty, fine, flashy, airy, gay
{s} stylish, fashionable
According to the mode, or customary manner; conformed to the fashion; fashionable; hence, conventional; as, a modish dress; a modish feast
in the current fashion or style
Something that is modish is fashionable. a short checklist of much that is modish at the moment. modish young women from London society. modish ideas, designs etc are modern and fashionable
mode
One of various related sets of rules for processing data

In insert mode, characters typed are directly inserted into the buffer.

mode
{n} a form, fashion, way, state, appearance
modishly
{a} in a modish mannery, fashionably
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of ancient Greek music
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That value that occurs most frequently within the data sample being taken In a histogram, it is the data value at which the peak of the distribution curve occurs
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Any combination of qualities or relations, considered apart from the substance to which they belong, and treated as entities; more generally, condition, or state of being; manner or form of arrangement or manifestation; form, as opposed to matter
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A mode is a particular style in art, literature, or dress. a slightly more elegant and formal mode of dress
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In statistics, the value that occurs most frequently in a given series of numbers
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On some cameras or electronic devices, the different modes available are the different programs or settings that you can choose when you use them. when the camera is in manual mode. In music, any of a variety of concepts used to classify scales and melodies. In Western music, the term is particularly used for the medieval church modes. Keys in tonal music are normally said to be in either major or minor mode, depending particularly on the third degree of the scale. Indian ragas can be regarded as modes. The concept of mode may involve much more than simply a classification of scales, extending to embrace an entire vocabulary of melodic formulas and perhaps other aspects of music that traditionally occur in tandem with a given set of formulas. The term mode has also been used for purely rhythmic patterns such as those of the Ars Antiqua, which were based on ancient Greek poetic metres
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verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker
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how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
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The single category among the categories in the distribution with the largest number of observations
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any of various fixed orders of the various diatonic notes within an octave
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{i} style, way, manner; fashion; situation, manner of operation (Computers)
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Same as Mood
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a particular functioning condition or arrangement; "switched from keyboard to voice mode"
mode
the most frequently occurring value in a data set
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Variety; gradation; degree
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the maximum point in a plot of the frequency of occurrence of a variable versus the variable
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The element in a set of numbers that occurs the most often in the set
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The scale as affected by the various positions in it of the minor intervals; as, the Dorian mode, the Ionic mode, etc
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A system state in which a single action or a series of actions are performed A mode has an On condition and an Off condition For example, an Outbreak mode under Symantec Mail Security for MS Exchange might look like: Mode On condition: More than 30 email messages with the same subject line are detected in a period of 10 minutes Action(s): Quarantine all emails with subject line , run LiveUpdate every 10 minutes Mode Off condition: Less than 10 email messages with the same subject line are detected in a period of 10 minutes
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Prevailing popular custom; fashion, especially in the phrase the mode
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A measure of central location, the most frequently occurring value in a set of observations
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One of several statistics that describe the central tendency in a group Other measures of central tendency include the mean and the median The mode is the most frequent value observed in the group Generally, the mode is used to describe the group tendency when there are only a few possible values
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The path followed by a radio wave between transmitter and receiver The so called first propagation mode is the mode with the least number of hops for a circuit
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A mode of life or behaviour is a particular way of living or behaving. He switched automatically into interview mode
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For lists, the mode is the most common (frequent) value A list can have more than one mode For histograms, a mode is a relative maximum ("bump") (cf Mean, Median and Mode Discussion)
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A particular means of accomplishing something
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(statistics) The most frequently occurring value in a data set
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A particular functioning arrangement, setup, or condition for laser operation, such as continuous emission, pulses, or grouped pulses “Mode” also describes the cross-sectional shape of the beam (See “TEM ”)
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Manner of doing or being; method; form; fashion; custom; way; style; as, the mode of speaking; the mode of dressing
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Style or fashion
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A series of intervals that define, given a starting pitch, what notes may be used while still staying in that mode The scale we are used to, the one made famous in Do A Deer from The Sound of Music, is the major scale It is the series of notes that makes up the Ionian mode If You started on C and played only white keys, when You reached the next C up, You will have played all of the notes in the Ionian mode The Aeolean mode corresponds to the minor scale Play A to A on white keys to hear the minor scale Other prominant modes are Dorian, Lydian, Phrygian, and Mixo-Lydian
mode
A kind of silk
mode
A value occurring most frequently in a distribution
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These are special scales The major scale and minor scale are modes that we recognize today, but there are many others If you played all the white keys on the piano from D to the next D one octave higher, you would have the Dorian mode
mode
See Alamode, n
mode
The most frequently occuring value i e the value along the x-axis at the peak of the normal distribution curve In a truly normal distribution the mode has the same value as the median
mode
the most frequent value of a random variable any of various fixed orders of the various diatonic notes within an octave a particular functioning condition or arrangement; "switched from keyboard to voice mode
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A state of a system that is represented by an eigenfunction of that system
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a classification of propositions on the basis of whether they claim necessity or possibility or impossibility
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The most common value in a data set If more than one value occurs the same number of times, the data is multi-modal
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The mode in a list of numbers refers to the list of numbers that occur most frequently A trick to remember this one is to remember that mode starts with the same first two letters that most does Most frequently - Mode
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The value around which items tend to concentrate: the most frequent or more common value The value of the mode will correspond to the value of the maximum point of a frequency distribution
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A statistic defined as the most frequently occurring data value It is sometimes used as an alternative to the mean or median as a measure of central tendency It is calculated in the Analyze statlets If more than one value occurs equally often, no value is printed The mode is a particularly useful summary statistic when the data is measured on a nominal scale For grouped data, the mode is usually defined as the midpoint of the interval containing the highest frequency count In some distributions, there may be more than one mode: two high points (bimodal) or many high points (multimodal distributions)
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the most frequent value of a random variable
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The form in which the proposition connects the predicate and subject, whether by simple, contingent, or necessary assertion; the form of the syllogism, as determined by the quantity and quality of the constituent proposition; mood
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The value in the data set that occurs most frequently
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One of several ancient scales, one of which corresponds to the modern major scale and one to the natural minor scale
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For a set of values, the mode is the value that occurs most often
mode
The value occurring most frequently in a data set
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Mode is the measure of central tendency that indicates the point(s) at which a population of observations is measured It is the value in a distribution that occurs most frequently
modishly
In a modish manner
modishly
stylishly, fashionably