onto

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İngilizce - Türkçe
üstünde
üzerine

O, kağıtları katladı ve masanın üzerine attı. - He folded the papers and threw them onto the table.

Suçu başkalarının üzerine atıyor sadece. - He is just passing the blame onto others.

üstüne

O masanın üstüne atladı. - He jumped onto the table.

Tom torbanın içindekileri masanın üstüne boşalttı. - Tom emptied the contents of the sack onto the table.

{e} üstüne, -e
edat üstüne
dili farkında
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onto function
(Matematik) üzerine fonksiyon
onto function
Örten fonksiyon
onto mapping
orten gonderim
one to one and onto mapping
birebir orten islev
be onto
bilmek
hold onto
tutmaya çalış

Onu tutmaya çalışmamı ister misin? - Would you like me to hold onto it?

apply onto
(Bilgisayar) uygula
fasten onto
tutunmak
fob off onto
(deyim) kazıklamak
smack onto
tam
to be washed up onto a shore
karaya vurmak
fasten onto
tutun
get onto
konuşmak
get onto
bulmak
get onto
bağlantı kurmak
hang onto
korumaya çalışmak
hang onto
tutmaya çalış
held onto
tutmaya çalış
latch onto
çakozlamak
latch onto
anla
latch onto
anlamak
put onto
hakkında bilgi vermek
put onto one side
bir kenara bırakmak
back onto
sırtüstü
be onto
haberi olmak
get lock onto
Kilitlenmek
introduced onto
üzerine tanıttı
latch onto sth
bir şeyi bulup buluşturmak
latched onto
üzerine mandallı
project onto a screen
Bir ekran üzerine proje
tip onto its side
Yana yatmak
be onto a good thing
{k} yağlı bir iş bulmuş olmak
carry onto international platform
uluslararası platforma taşımak
clip onto
(Dilbilim) ataçlamak
clip s.t. onto
bir şeyi -e ataşla/klipsle tutturmak
crack onto
(Argo) birine vurulmak
get onto
{k} (bir konuya) girmek, (bir konudan) bahsetmeye başlamak. 3
get onto
{k} (bir işe) bakmak, (bir işi) ele almak, (bir işle) meşgul olmak
get onto the bus
otobüse atlamak
get onto the scales
tartıya çıkmak
i hold onto it
üstümde kalsın
latch onto
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- elde etmek , ele geçirmek 2- -a bağlanmak , -a tutulmak
latch onto
{k} -i elde etmek/bulmak/almak
latch onto
{k} -e takılmak, sık sık ... ile beraber olmak
look onto
-e bakmak, -e nazır olmak
open into/out on/onto
-e açılmak
pass onto the invoice
faturaya yansıtmak
project s.t. onto
(projeksiyon makinesiyle) bir şeyi -e yansıtmak
put s.o. onto
{k} birine (bir şeyi) tavsiye etmek/salık vermek
put s.o. onto
{k} birini (birine) yollamak/göndermek
shift the blame onto
suçu (birinin) üstüne atmak, (suçu) (birine) yüklemek
smack in/into/on/onto
kuvvetle: The truck ran smack into the wall
smack in/into/on/onto
tam: He was sitting smack in the middle of the row. Sıranın tam ortasında oturuyordu
İngilizce - İngilizce
aware of

The thought-police were onto my plans of World domination.

upon, on top of

My cat just jumped onto the keyboard.

assuming each of the values in its codomain; having its range equal to its codomain

Considered as a function on the real numbers, the exponential function is not onto.

being an onto function with a codomain of (see below)

The exponential function maps the set of real numbers onto the set of positive real numbers.

A mapping is onto if every element of the target set is mapped on at least once (but maybe more than once) In other words, a filter is onto if for every possible output, there is at least one input to the filter that the filter results in that output
See On to, under On, prep
assuming each of the values in its codomain; having its range equal to its codomain (said of a function)
You can use onto to introduce a place that you would immediately come to after leaving another place that you have just mentioned, because they are next to each other. windows opening onto carved black-wood balconies The door opened onto a lighted hallway
If someone is onto you, they have discovered that you are doing something illegal or wrong. I had told people what he had been doing, so now the police were onto him
If people who are talking get onto a different subject, they begin talking about it. Let's get on to more important matters So, if we could just move onto something else?
When you change the position of your body, you use onto to introduce the part your body which is now supporting you. As he stepped backwards she fell onto her knees, then onto her face I willed my eyes to open and heaved myself over on to my back
{e} to; on; upon; aware of (Informal)
If something moves or is put onto an object or surface, it is then on that object or surface. I took my bags inside, lowered myself onto the bed and switched on the TV Smear Vaseline on to your baby's skin to prevent soreness
A function f is said to map A onto B if for every b in B, there is some a in A such f(a)=b
You can sometimes use onto to mention the place or area that someone moves into. The players emerged onto the field Alex turned his car on to the Albert Quay and drove along until he found a parking place
You can use onto to introduce the place towards which a light or someone's look is directed. the metal part of the door onto which the sun had been shining the house with its leafy garden and its view on to Regent's Park
On the top of; upon; on
You can sometimes use onto to indicate that something or someone becomes included as a part of a list or system. The Macedonian question had failed to get on to the agenda The pill itself has changed a lot since it first came onto the market Twelve thousand workers will go onto a four-day week at their factory in Birmingham
onto In addition to the uses shown below, onto is used in phrasal verbs such as `hold onto' and `latch onto'
Onto is used after verbs such as `hold', `hang', and `cling' to indicate what someone is holding firmly or where something is being held firmly. The reflector is held onto the sides of the spacecraft with a frame She was conscious of a second man hanging on to the rail
If someone is onto something, they are about to discover something important. He leaned across the table and whispered to me, `I'm really onto something.' Archaeologists knew they were onto something big when they started digging
When you get onto a bus, train, or plane, you enter it in order to travel somewhere. As he got on to the plane, he asked me how I was feeling `I'll see you onto the train.' --- `Thank you.' off
back onto
To overlook something from the rear

My house backs onto the canal.

back onto
To reverse a vehicle onto something

The car backed onto my toe.

get onto
To move onto an object, especially one on which it is possible to stand

The child will get onto the merry-go-round.

get onto
To connect, especially to the Internet or a network

With my new computer, I can get onto the Internet faster.

get onto
To scold someone

My father got onto me for taking the car without asking.

glom onto
To appropriate
glom onto
To attach oneself to
latch onto
To obtain, acquire or get and keep hold of something

They latched onto the idea and gave it up only reluctantly.

back onto
If a building backs onto something, its back faces it

The hotel backs onto St Mark's Square.

lock something onto
(deyim) Attach or fix something onto someone or something
get onto
understand, usually after some initial difficulty; "She didn't know what her classmates were plotting but finally caught on"
latch onto
If someone latches onto a person or an idea or latches on, they become very interested in the person or idea, often finding them so useful that they do not want to leave them. Rob had latched onto me. He followed me around, sat beside me at lunch, and usually ended up working with me Other trades have been quick to latch on
latch onto
If one thing latches onto another, or if it latches on, it attaches itself to it and becomes part of it. These are substances which specifically latch onto the protein on the cell membrane
leech onto
admire boundlessly and follow around; "the groupies leeched onto the rock star
set him onto
said mean things to him, provoked him, instigated an argument
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) onto-
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