nest

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yuva

Yuvadaki kuşu dikkatle izledi. - She carefully watched the bird in the nest.

Bütün kuşlar yuva kurmaz. - Not all birds build nests.

{f} iç içe koymak
içiçe girmek
(Bilgisayar) yuvalamak yuva
(Bilgisayar) yuvalama
yuvalanmak
içiçe koymak
yuvala

Turnalar yuvalarını kilisenin çan kulelerine yapmaya eğilimliler. - The cranes tend to make their nests in the bell towers of churches.

Kuzeyden uçan sincaplar genellikle kış aylarında yuvalarını paylaşır. - Northern flying squirrels often share nests during the winter.

yuva yapmak
{f} yuvalan
(Askeri) nükleer tehlike araştırma timi (nuclear emergency search team)
{f} yuvaya yerleşmek
{i} kuluçka
{i} iç içe geçen şeyler
{i} tutam
(Askeri) YUVA: Özellikle avcı ve makinalı tüfekleri korumak maksadıyla inşa edilen mukavemet yuvası
(Tıp) Aynı unsurlardan oluşan küme, özellikle bulunduğu dokuya yabancı hürcelerin oluşturudğ küçük küme
içiçe düzenlemek
içice düzenlemek
nesti
nest
nest-building
Kuşların yuva yapma işi
nest egg
birikim
nest egg
fol
nest egg
tasarruf
nest box
Folluk
nest mate
yuva mate
nest of eggs
yumurta yuva
nest period
Kuluçka dönemi
nest of ships
(Askeri) dana yatmak
bird's nest
kuş yuvası
birds nest
kuş yuvası
a hornet's nest
(Konuşma Dili) sorun
bubble nest
(Denizbilim) köpük yuva
bubble nest
(Denizbilim) kabaracık yuvası
empty nest
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) boş yuva
feather one's own nest
küpünü doldurmak
feather one's own nest
avantadan para kazanmak
hornets' nest
(Konuşma Dili) sorun
nested
(Bilgisayar) iç içe
nested
içice
nested
(Bilgisayar) içiçe
nesting
(Dilbilim) yuvalanma
nesting
(Dilbilim) yerleşme
nesting
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) nesting
nesting
içiçe koyma
nesting
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) gruplama
feather one's nest
cebini doldurmak
feather one's nest
köşeyi dönmek
feather one's nest
küpünü doldurmak
laying nest
folluk
make its nest
yuva yapmak
mare's nest
boşa çıkan buluş
mare's nest
tenek alma
mouse nest
fare deliği
mouse's nest
fare deliği
nesting
gömme
nesting
yuvalama
stir up a hornet's nest
belayı aramak
Nest.
aşiyan
cuckoo's nest
(deyim) Akıl hastanesi
empty nest syndrome
boş yuva sendromu
feather so.'s nest
tüy kadar. 'yuva s
foul so.'s own nest
faul öyle. 'kendi yuva s
hornet's nest
(deyim) 1. Çekişme, tartışma.2. Eşek arısı kovanı
hornets nest
Hornets yuva
love nest
İki aşığın gözlerden uzak vakit geçirdikleri yer, aşk yuvası
nested
içiçe geçmiş
nested
yuvalanmış
stir up a hornet's nest
fincancı katırlarını ürkütmek
stir up a hornet´s nest
yıldırımları üstüne çekmek; arının yuvasına çöp dürtmek
take a nest
Bir yuva almak
wasp nest
wasp yuva
wasp's nest
wasp yuvası
artificial bird nest
(Çevre) suni kuş yuvası
bird nest
aşiyan
crow's nest
çanaklık
eagle's nest
kartal yuvası
expand brood nest
(Arılık) kuluçkalık genişlemesi
feather one's nest
yükünü tutmak
feather one's own nest
sebeplenmek
feather one's own nest
emaneti iç etmek
machine gun nest
(Askeri) MAKİNALI TÜFEK YUVASI: Genel olarak gizli ve tahkim edilmiş bir makinalı tüfek mevzii
mare's nest
{i} görünüşte önemli değersiz buluş
mare's nest
{i} havayı alma
mare's nest
{i} asılsız haber
mare's nest
{i} boşa çıkma
nested
içiçe yuvalanmış
nesting
yerleştir/yuva yap
nesting
içiçe koyma / girmek yuvalama
Türkçe - Türkçe
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İngilizce - İngilizce
A structure consisting of nested structures, such as nested loops or nested subroutine calls

Our analysis to this point has assumed that in a loop nest, we are only parallelizing a single loop.

A fortified position for a weapon, e.g. a machine gun nest
To build or settle into a nest
A structure built by a bird as a place to incubate eggs and rear young
A fixed amount of cards in some bidding games awarded to the highest bidder allowing him to exchange any or all with cards in his hand

I was forced to change trumps when I found the ace, jack, and nine of diamonds in the nest.

To successively neatly fit inside another

I bought a set of nesting mixing bowls for mom.

To place one thing neatly inside another, and both inside yet another (and so on)

There would be much more room in the attic if you had nested all the empty boxes.

A home that a child or young adult shares with a parent, guardian, or a person acting in the capacity of a parent or guardian. A parental home

I am aspiring to leave the nest.

A snug, comfortable, or cozy residence or job situation
To place in, or as if in, a nest
A hideout for bad people to frequent or haunt

That nightclub is a nest of strange people!.

A retreat, or place of habitual resort
A place used by another mammal, fish, amphibian or insect, for depositing eggs and hatching young
To settle into a home

We loved the new house and were nesting there in 2 days!.

{v} to build nests
{n} a bed, box of drawers, abode
When a tag pair is contained within an outer tag pair Care must be taken to ensure the last tag opened is the first tag closed
When children fly the nest, they leave their parents' home to live on their own. When their children had flown the nest, he and his wife moved to a thatched cottage in Dorset. = leave home
A bird's nest is the home that it makes to lay its eggs in. I can see an eagle's nest on the rocks
To build and occupy a nest
The bed or receptacle prepared by a fowl for holding her eggs and for hatching and rearing her young
working together or collectively
When a bird nests somewhere, it builds a nest and settles there to lay its eggs. Some species may nest in close proximity to each other. nesting sites
A snug, comfortable, or cozy residence or situation; a retreat, or place of habitual resort; hence, those who occupy a nest, frequent a haunt, or are associated in the same pursuit; as, a nest of traitors; a nest of bugs
A subset of a Grove A poly-marriage of three or more OMS Druids, usually communal If present in a Grove, they provide the leadership function Term taken from SiaSL
are laid and hatched; a snug place in which young animals are reared
furniture pieces made to fit close together
destructed;  ~ kanning to destruct, to destroy; ~ manning to be destroyed, destructed nestgâr poor, destitute nestî 1) destitution, poverty; 2) lack neš 1) sting; 2) tooth (of a mature camel); 3) camel (over 8 years old), strong camel;  ~ xalling to sting, to bite neT at last, finally; kanâ pâningâT kârem kattaw neT tâ ki tene xarâb karife he didn't act according to my words until finally he brought himself to ruin ney nor; ney ney neither nor; oRe ney bazghak assur ney xarâsk there were neither labourer, nor bullocks; nî ney kaneây tenaT bassus o ney tenâ âwâle mon tissus you neither came to see me yourself, nor sent me your news neza spear, lance a (â) b c d D e f g gh h i (î) j k l m n o p r s Back to Main page
To incorporate a structure or structures of some kind into a structure of the same kind For example, to nest one loop (the nested loop) within another loop (the nesting loop); to nest one subroutine (the nested subroutine) within another subroutine (the nesting subroutine)
To put into a nest; to form a nest for
a cosy or secluded retreat
The location in which a bird is placed on the course
inhabit a nest, usually after building; "birds are nesting outside my window every Spring
A nest is a home that a group of insects or other creatures make in order to live in and give birth to their young in. Some solitary bees make their nests in burrows in the soil. a rat's nest. see also crow's nest, love nest
a cosy or secluded retreat a structure in which animals lay eggs or give birth to their young gather nests fit together or fit inside; "nested bowls"
gather nests
fit together or fit inside; "nested bowls"
furniture pieces made to fit close together a gang of people (criminals or spies or terrorists) assembled in one locality; "a nest of thieves"
a hornet's nest: see hornet. Structure built by an animal as a permanent home or for bearing and rearing offspring. The social insects build systems of chambers and tunnels, above or below ground. Fishes' nests vary from shallow depressions in sand to enclosed structures constructed of vegetation. Certain frog species build mud-basin nests or floating masses of hardened froth. Alligators use mud and vegetation and cobras use leaves and forest litter to build a nest for their eggs. The most common type of bird nest is a cup-shaped or domed structure of twigs, leaves, mud, and feathers. Many mammals, especially small ones, build nests in trees, on the ground, or in burrows
A collection of boxes, cases, or the like, of graduated size, each put within the one next larger
a kind of gun emplacement; "a machine-gun nest"; "a nest of snipers" furniture pieces made to fit close together a gang of people (criminals or spies or terrorists) assembled in one locality; "a nest of thieves" a cosy or secluded retreat a structure in which animals lay eggs or give birth to their young gather nests fit together or fit inside; "nested bowls" inhabit a nest, usually after building; "birds are nesting outside my window every Spring
a kind of gun emplacement; "a machine-gun nest"; "a nest of snipers"
With respect to row and column displays, nesting one dimension under another means that all the members of the nested dimension will appear for each member of the nesting dimension Another way to look at it is the nesting dimension represents the primary sort while the nested dimension represents a secondary sort
To place a piece inside a part or all of another piece Examples: To place a card with directions inside an invitation To place a reply card inside the flap of a reply envelope When a multi-page letter needs to be folded together as one, often a mailhouse will z-fold the letters individually and hand put them together Then the entire letter can be inserted as one multi-paged document The process of putting the letters together would be nesting
Of animals: To build or settle into a nest
A compact group of pulleys, gears, springs, etc
An aggregated mass of any ore or mineral, in an isolated state, within a rock
move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position; "We cuddled against each other to keep warm"; "The children snuggled into their sleeping bags"
Local Indentation Between Adjacent Closepacked Spheres
{f} build a nest; search for bird's nests; arrange something inside something else; make homey or home-like
Not a bird house, but a receptacle for eggs laid by birds
a structure in a programming code, like blocks, functions, subroutines, etc
a gang of people (criminals or spies or terrorists) assembled in one locality; "a nest of thieves"
A structure made by some caterpillars, typically from leaves tied together with silk The caterpillars live and feed within the nest together
Hence: the place in which the eggs of other animals, as insects, turtles, etc
{i} structure in which a bird lays eggs and cares for its young; any animal's lair; brood of animals; object shaped like a bird's nest; shelter, retreat; place where something (often bad) flourishes; set of things that fit one into another
a structure in which animals lay eggs or give birth to their young
inhabit a nest, usually after building; "birds are nesting outside my window every Spring"
nest box
A man-made box provided for wild birds or small animals to nest in
nest boxes
plural form of nest box
nest egg
A natural or artificial egg placed in a bird's nest, to encourage the bird to lay its own eggs there

My improvement relates to artificial eggs composed of a substance which is offensive to insects, the object being to render the same effective, not only as a nest-egg, but also as a destroyer of vermin.

nest egg
A savings; a reserve of money

Over time, they accumulated a tidy nest egg and retired comfortably.

nest eggs
plural form of nest egg
nest scrape
A shallow depression used by ground birds as a nest; a scrape

Avocets and stilts are monogamous and tend to breed in small colonies near water. The nest scrape, into which eggs are placed, is often lined with vegetation.

nest scrapes
plural form of nest scrape
nest-scrape
Attributive form of nest scrape

nest-scrape inhabitant.

nest egg
device consisting of an artificial egg left in a nest to induce hens to lay their eggs in it
nest egg
A nest egg is a sum of money that you are saving for a particular purpose. They have a little nest egg tucked away somewhere for a rainy day. an amount of money that you have saved so that you can use it for something special in the future
nest of crime
location where criminals congregate, den for criminals
nest-egg
amount of money deposited into a savings account
crow's nest
A small open-top shelter, originally a cask, on the top of the foremast, large enough to accommodate a lookout. It was used by whalers to watch for a blow (spout), or in icebound waters to seek a channel
crow's-nest
Alternative spelling of crow's nest
empty nest
A home or a family where the children have grown up and moved away

Rather than sit around her empty nest reminiscing about bygone days, she converted her sons' bedroom into an office and launched an at-home business.

empty nest syndrome
a feeling of loneliness or depression experienced by some parents when their children have matured and left home
feather one's nest
To achieve benefits, especially financial ones, by taking advantage of the opportunities with which one is presented; to amass a comfortable amount of personal wealth

Dempster must have feathered his nest pretty well; he can afford to lose a little business.

feather one's own nest
Alternative form of feather one's nest
flew the nest
Past participle of fly the nest
flies the nest
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fly the nest
flown the nest
Past participle of fly the nest
fly the nest
to leave one's parents or other guardians one had as a child and begin an independent life
flying the nest
Present participle of fly the nest
love nest
A residence, especially a condominium or cabin, where a couple (particularly a newly married couple) can enjoy each other's company
love nest
vagina

He....jerked my legs apart and, while the unconscious old kraut's juice seeped from my love nest, buried his face in the moist crevice, sucking, licking and lapping with the energy of ten men.

love nest
A room, especially a bedroom or boudoir, used for sexual intercourse
mare's nest
A ridiculous error, or supposed discovery, founded on an utter misconception
mare's nest
A confused or complicated situation
mare's nest
A hoax
mare's-nest
Alternative spelling of mare's nest
nested
Simple past tense and past participle of nest
nested
Embedded
nesting
The enclosure of one loop, block, etc. of code inside another
nesting
Present participle of nest
nesting
The process by which a bird nests
tangled nest spider
any spider of the family Amaurobiidae
tangled nest spiders
plural form of tangled nest spider
empty nest syndrome
Empty nest syndrome is a general feeling of loneliness that parents/other guardian relatives may feel when one or more of their children leave home. While more common in women, it can happen to both sexes. The marriage of a child can lead to similar feelings, with the role and influence of the parents often becoming less important compared to the new spouse
hornet's nest
(deyim) 1. a highly contentious or hazardous situation: "Talk of invading Iraq stirred up a political hornets' nest"2. habitation for wasps or hornets, wasp's nest
hornet's nest
Nest made by wasps
hornet's nest
Mess, trouble
hornet's nest
Hornets Nest is a 1,200-seat multi-purpose gymnasium in Sacramento, California. The arena opened in 1955, and is one of the oldest in D-I sports. It is home to the Sacramento State Hornets basketball team. The university hopes to replace this venue with an 8,000 seat arena
love nest
A secluded place where two lovers spend time together
One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest
novel by Ken Kesey; 1975 film based on Kesey's novel (starring Jack Nicholson)
bird nest
structure in which a bird lays eggs and cares for its young; any animal's lair; brood of animals; object shaped like a bird's nest
bird's nest
nest where birds lay their eggs and hatch their young
bird's nest
small bowl-shaped grass home built by birds
bird's nest fern
tropical Old World or Australian epiphytic fern frequently forming tufts in tree crotches
bird's-nest fungus
Any of various fungi having a cuplike body containing several round, egglike stuctures that enclose the spores
bird's-nest fungus
any of various fungi of the family Nidulariaceae having a cup-shaped body containing several egg-shaped structure enclosing the spores
birds nest
The nest in which a bird lays eggs and hatches her young
birds nest
An orchideous plant with matted roots, of the genus Neottia N
birds nest
nidus-avis
birds nest
The nest of a small swallow (Collocalia nidifica and several allied species), of China and the neighboring countries, which is mixed with soups
climbing bird's nest fern
tropical Africa to Australasia and Polynesia
crow's nest
platform for a lookout at or near the top of a mast
crow's nest
On a ship, the crow's nest is a small platform high up on the mast, where a person can go to look in all directions. a small box at the top of a ship's mast from which someone can watch for danger, land etc
crow's nest
platform that is partially enclosed placed high on or near a ship's mast and is used as a lookout
empty nest syndrome
A feeling of depression experienced by some parents after their children have grown and left home
empty nest syndrome
sadness or depression that is sometimes felt by parents after all their children have grown up and left the house
family nest
home
feather one's nest
enrich oneself by taking advantage of one's position; "The congressmen feathered his nest through his connection with big business
feathered his nest
increased his fortune by taking advantage of circumstances
foul one's own nest
make a mess of one's life
hornet's nest
a highly contentious or hazardous situation; "talk of invading Iraq stirred up a political hornets' nest
hornet's nest
nest made by wasps; mess, trouble
hurrah's nest
state of great confusion
love nest
A love nest is a house or flat where two people who are having a love affair live or meet. a place where two people who are having a romantic relationship live or meet each other - used humorously
mare's nest
{i} wonderful discovery that is really a hoax; big mess
mouse nest
where mice bear and raise their young
nested
association of ClassDecl ClassDecl Indicates nested class declarations The nested class has scope within the outer class
nested
When referring to Tags means that are properly Opened and Closed inside each other This is much harder to describe than to see by Example EXAMPLE: <outertag><innertag>Stuff</innertag></outertag> EXAMPLE: <B><I>My Bold-Italic Text</I></B>
nested
One inside the other
nested
Program structures and blocks that appear within other program blocks or structures
nested
(Ticaret) A process or activity self-contained within a larger entity, that retains its identity and characteristics for reporting and analysis
nested
The incorporation of one or more structures into another structure In GRADE DD diagrams, datatypes may be nested; for more information, see Subtype
nested
An element that is entirely contained within another element For example, the phrase "the quick brown fox" contains a bold element (the word "quick") nested within an italic element (the entire phrase ) Some browsers will display the word "quick" only as bold, others will display it as both bold and italic
nested
Signatures assembled inside one another in the proper sequence for binding, as compared to gathered Also called inset
nested
{s} placed within; having the quality that each set is contained in the previous set (Mathematics)
nested
When part of a cell is used as part of an additional cell
nested
VARCHAR2(3) Is the table a nested table?
nested
past of nest
nested
Describes a list within a list
nested
An indication that a drainage area includes an upstream drainage area that has an active stream gaging station For the MWMC stream gaging network analysis, nesting is recorded as simply "Y" for present or "N" for not present
nested
When one structure occurs within another, it is said to be nested HTML tags are often nested
nested
A term used to describe an ASR that occurs during another ASR or an ISR that occurs during another ISR
nested
VARCHAR2(3) Whether this is a nested table
nesting
The use of parentheses to group search terms and (frequently) to indicate the order in which the terms will be handled in a search For instance, in the statement (dogs or cats) AND behaviour, the OR words (in parentheses) will be searched first, and then combined with the word behaviour Nesting is a feature usually offered only in advanced searches See also Boolean operators
nesting
(1) Grouping of identical or different parts in multiples within a workpiece to conserve material (2) In packaging, stacking of parts whose shape permits one to fit inside another
nesting
The use of parentheses in a search statement to separate elements of the statement An example is
nesting
The use of parenthesis in complex search statements to keep clear which Boolean operator acts on which keywords An example search statement is, "economic near (policy or policies or practices)" The parenthesis make certain that the three words "policy", "policies", "practices" are searched with the "or" operator and any of those three words may be found "near" the keyword "economic"
nesting
A procedure or function within another procedure or function
nesting
the technique of placing a loop or subroutine within another loop or subroutine
nesting
A can or pail is tapered so one fits into the other to conserve space when storing or shipping empty containers
nesting
The process of selecting a function outside of the entry/update subsystem, while retaining the data entered For example, while entering data in a "new hire" bundle, the user may select an Online EDB inquiry function for another employee to compare data values before proceeding with data entry
nesting
To overlay existing shingles with new shingles and butt the top edge of the new shingle up against the bottom edge of the existing shingles
nesting
The process by which a turtle constructs a nest in the ground and deposits eggs
nesting
A term used in Boolean searching to indicate the sequence in which operations are to be performed Enclosing words in parentheses identifies a group or "nest " Groups can be within other groups The operations will be performed from the innermost nest to the outmost, and then from left to right
nesting
In Boolean searching, using parentheses to embed a logical operation within another logical operation, thereby indicating the order in which the logical operators or commands are to be executed by a computer (syntax) In the following example, the Boolean "or" command will be executed first, followed by "not" and then "and " Search statement: children and violence and ((television or media) not cartoon*)
nesting
In programming or writing SQL statements, the placement of a structure within a like structure, as in placing a query within another query In SQL, a nested query refers to one query that includes another
nesting
{i} act of making a nest; process of making a place homey
nesting
in computer terms, one structure that occurs within another is said to be nested; in HTML, nesting happens most commonly with list structures which may be freely nested within one another, regardless of type
nesting
placement of images of a job in an arrangement to minimize waste of material
nesting
using parentheses to group Boolean search terms to specify the order of operations e g (cat OR feline) and (health OR care)
nesting
A method of re-roofing with new asphalt shingles over old shingles in which the top edge of the new shingles is butted against the bottom edge of the existing shingle tab
nesting
The act of grouping calculations to express the sequence of routines in a formula Traditional mathematical nesting uses parenthesis and brackets General Ledger EasyCalc uses a straightforward and logical nesting method that eliminates the need for parenthetical expressions
nesting
Grouping related words in parentheses For example (stress or tension)
nesting
Placing one enclosure within another before inserting them into a mailing envelope
nesting
The placing of one entity (such as a construct, subprogram, format specification, or loop) inside another entity of the same kind For example, nesting a loop within another loop (a nested loop), or nesting a subroutine within another subroutine (a nested subroutine)
nesting
Embedding commands or data in levels of other data so that specific routines or instructions can be executed or accessed continuously in loops, without returning to the main program
nesting
A method of re-roofing with new asphalt shingles over old shingles in which the top edge of the new shingle is butted against the bottom edge of the existing shingle tab
nesting
A way to preserve the logic of a search by putting keywords together into sets using parenthesis Used when searching an online database or catalog
nests
plural of nest
nests
third-person singular of nest
rat's nest
A place of great clutter or disorder
returned to the nest
came back home, returned home
sleeper nest
a nest of sleepers awaiting a prearranged signal; "sleeper nests of Islamic terrorists were capable of launching major attacks in Europe
stir up a hornet's nest
cause major problems; agitate hornets in a nest
wasp's nest
habitation for wasps or hornets
wasp's nest
hornet's nest, center of hatred
Türkçe - İngilizce

nest teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

nesting
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) nesting
nest

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    nest

    Telaffuz

    /ˈnest/ /ˈnɛst/

    Etimoloji

    [ nest ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English nest, from Proto-Germanic *nistaz, from Proto-Indo-European *nisdós (“nest”), a compound of *ni (“down”) and the zero-grade of the root *sed- (“to sit”) (whence also English sit).

    Zamanlar

    nests, nesting, nested

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    nest egg

    Videolar

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