orientate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yönlendirmek
doğuya yönelt
f., İng., bak. orient
{f} yöneltmek
{f} doğrultmak
{f} doğuya doğru yapmak
orientate oneself
alışmak
orientate oneself
kendi kendini değerlendirmek
orientate oneself
uyum sağlamak
orient
{f} yönlendirmek
orient
yöneltmek
orient
doğuya ait
orientating
uyum sağlama
orient
{f} yönelt
orientated
yönelik
orientated
Odaklı: "chemically orientated: kimyasal odaklı"
Orient
{i} şark
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parıltı
Orient
Doğu ülkeleri
Orient
Doğu

O, Doğunun gizemleri ile ilgileniyordu. - He was interested in the mysteries of the Orient.

Budizm makalesi, Doğu dinlerine olan ilgimi yeniden canlandırdı. - The article on Buddhism revived my interest in Oriental religions.

orient
göğün doğu kısmı
orient
doğan/doğu
orient
{s} doğuya özgü
orient
{s} doğan
orient
{f} doğrultmak
orient
alışmak
orient
{f} doğuya doğru yapmak
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yükselen
orient
genellikle Asya memleketleri
orient
incinin üzerindeki açık mavi parlaklık
orient
doğuya yöneltmek
orient
parıltılı
orient
parlak
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İngilizce - İngilizce
To position (something), to align relative to a given position

Try to orientate your students towards the science subjects.

To determine one's position relative to the surroundings; to orient (oneself)

He came out of the station and took some time to orientate himself.

To face (a given direction)
To place or turn toward the east; to cause to assume an easterly direction, or to veer eastward
To turn to face the east
{f} orient or be oriented; place in a particular position; become familiar with (especially a new place or location); guide, lead; turn to a place in the east
see orient.   disorientate
determine one's position with reference to another point
To move or turn toward the east; to veer from the north or south toward the east
To arrange in order; to dispose or place (a body) so as to show its relation to other bodies, or the relation of its parts among themselves
To determine ones position relative to the surroundings; to orient
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Countries east of the Mediterranean
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Countries of Asia
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To point at or direct towards

I will orient all of the signs to face the road.

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To set the focus of so as to relate or appeal to a certain group

We will orient our campaign to the youth who are often disinterested.

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To determine which direction one is facing

Let me just orient myself and we can be on our way.

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To familiarize with a situation or circumstance

Give him time to orient himself within the new hierarchy.

orient
To change direction so as to face east

by extension To change direction to face a certain way.

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To place or build so as to face eastward
orientated
Simple past tense and past participle of orientate
orientating
Present participle of orientate
orientating
That changes an orientation
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{a} eastern, rising, bright, shining
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Eastern countries and regions
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{i} eastern hemisphere; countries of Asia
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East
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When you orient yourself to a new situation or course of action, you learn about it and prepare to deal with it. You will need the time to orient yourself to your new way of eating. = accustom see also oriented. the Orient the eastern part of the world, especially China and Japan the East east (1a), Occident
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The eastern part of Asia is sometimes referred to as the Orient. = East
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the hemisphere that includes Eurasia and Africa and Australia
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Refers to a pearl's iridescence
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cause to point; "Orient the house towards the West"
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the countries of Asia
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The mapping of structural dimensions to the screen dimensions of row, column and page
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(1) v The response of an organism in taking up a particular position in relation to a particular stimulus (2) n To turn a map so that the north direction on the map is parallel to the north direction on the ground (compass)
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To correct or set right by recurring to first principles; to arrange in order; to orientate
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To find ones way (usually by means of a compass)
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Same as Orientate, 2
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(poetic) eastern; "the orient sun"
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The part of the horizon where the sun first appears in the morning; the east
orient
determine one's position with reference to another point
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{s} eastern, of the orient
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is the typical pearly lustre seen on pearls or mother-of-pearl shell Also known as iridescence
orient
To place (a map or chart) so that its east side, north side, etc
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A pearl of great luster
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{f} direct; place in a particular position; become familiar with (especially a new place or location); guide, lead; turn to a place in the east
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Eastern; oriental
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The deep, inner glow and shimmering iridescent characteristics of sea-grown pearls The deeper the lustre and iridescence, the more precious the pearl
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To define the position of, in relation to the orient or east; hence, to ascertain the bearings of
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be oriented; "The weather vane points North"
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Fig
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Bright; lustrous; superior; pure; perfect; pellucid; used of gems and also figuratively, because the most perfect jewels are found in the East
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(poetic) eastern; "the orient sun
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determine one's position with reference to another point cause to point; "Orient the house towards the West" be oriented; "The weather vane points North" (poetic) eastern; "the orient sun
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lie toward the corresponding parts of the horizon; to rotate (a map attached to a plane table) until the line of direction between any two of its points is parallel to the corresponding direction in nature
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Rising, as the sun
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To turn towards or facing the east
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The countries of Asia or the East
orient
determine one's position with reference to another point cause to point; "Orient the house towards the West"
orientated
having a specific orientation; an alternative British English form of the word oriented
orientated
see oriented. a British word for oriented
orientated
adjusted or located in relation to surroundings or circumstances; sometimes used in combination; "the house had its large windows oriented toward the ocean view"; "helping freshmen become oriented to college life"; "the book is value-oriented throughout"
orientated
past of orientate
orientating
positioning with respect to a reference system or determining your bearings physically or intellectually; "noticed the bee's momentary orienting pause before heading back to the hive"; "an orienting program for new employees"
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