monotone

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İngilizce - Türkçe
monoton

O, şiiri monoton bir şekilde okudu. - He read the poem in a monotone.

Tom Mary'nin mektubunu bize monoton bir sesle okudu. - Tom read out Mary's letter to us in a monotone voice.

(Muzik) tek değişmeyen ses
tekrenkli
tekdüzelik
monotonluk
yeknesak şey
{i} monoton şey
tekdüze
{i} monoton ses
tek ve değişmez perde
monotone decreasing function
(Matematik) monoton azalan fonksiyon
monotone decreasing sequence
(Matematik) monoton azalan dizi
monotone function
(Matematik) monoton fonksiyon
monotone increasing function
(Matematik) monoton artan fonksiyon
monotone increasing sequence
(Matematik) monoton artan dizi
in a monotone
monoton bir şekilde, sesini alçaltıp yükseltmeden
İngilizce - İngilizce
having a single unvaried pitch

In the formal register, such variation is reduced and the talk has a more monotone, business-like quality.

A single unvaried tone of speech or a sound

When Tima felt like her parents were treating her like a servant, she would speak in monotone and act as though she were a robot.

property of a function to be either decreasing or increasing
To speak in a monotone
the sameness or monotony of utterance
sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch; "the owl's faint monotonous hooting"
Printed with a single color, black or any color
A sequence of numeric values is monotone (or monotonic) if either: each element in the sequence is larger than (or equal to) its predecessor, or each element in the sequence is smaller than (or equal to) its predecessor A sequence is monotonically increasing if each element in the sequence is larger than its predecessor; a sequence is monotonically decreasing if each element in the sequence is smaller than its predecessor A sequence is monotonically non-decreasing if each element in the sequence is larger than, or equal to, its predecessor A sequence is monotonically non-increasing if each element in the sequence is smaller than, or equal to, its predecessor
A melody with a relatively stationary melodic contour Monotone melodies tend to stick to one note, and can be rather dull
A monotone sound or surface does not have any variation in its tone or colour. He was seen on TV delivering platitudes about the crisis in a monotone voice. a sound or way of speaking or singing that continues on the same note without getting any louder or softer, and therefore sounds very boring
an unchanging intonation
Printed with a single color, black or any color to top
If someone speaks in a monotone, their voice does not vary at all in tone or loudness and so it is not interesting to listen to. The evidence was read out to the court in a dull monotone
of a sequence or function; consistently increasing and never decreasing or consistently decreasing and never increasing in value
an unchanging intonation a single tone repeated with different words or different rhythms (especially in rendering liturgical texts) sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch; "the owl's faint monotonous hooting
{i} same sound, repetitious tone, sameness of style
The utterance of successive syllables, words, or sentences, on one unvaried key or line of pitch
A function is monotone if, when one increases any of the inputs, the output never decreases (it can only increase or stay the same) A Boolean circuit is monotone if it consists only of AND and OR gates, no NOT gates
A single unvaried tone or sound
Reproduction in one colour only
a single tone repeated with different words or different rhythms (especially in rendering liturgical texts)
monotone function
a function that either never decreases or never increases as its independent variable increases
monotones
plural of monotone
monotone

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    mon·o·tone

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    mänıtōn

    Telaffuz

    /ˈmänəˌtōn/ /ˈmɑːnəˌtoʊn/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'mä-n&-"tOn ] (noun.) 1644. From the post-Classical Latin monotonus (“unvarying in tone”) or its etymon the Koine Greek μονότονος (monotonos, “steady”, “unwavering”); compare cognate adjectives, namely the French monotone, the German monoton, the Italian monotono, and the Spanish monótono, as well as the slightly earlier English noun monotony and adjective monotonical.

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