pair

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çift

Bir çift ayakkabı aldım. - I bought a pair of shoes.

Ben, bir çift kayak botu satın almak istiyorum. - I want to buy a pair of ski boots.

pair eşleş/çiftle
{f} eşleşmek
{f} çiftleş
eş olmak
çift çift düzenlemek
{f} çiftleşmek
eşlik etmek
çift çift koymak veya düzenlemek
{i}

Tatoeba'nın çok dilli olmasının nedeni budur. Fakat o tür çok dilli değil. Dillerin sadece birlikte eşleştirildiği ve bazı çiftlerin geride bırakıldığı tür değil. - This is why Tatoeba is multilingual. But not that kind of multilingual. Not the kind where languages are simply being paired up together, and where some pairs are left behind.

Erkekler ve kızlar dans için eşleştiler. - The boys and girls paired off for the dance.

ikitel
eşleştirmek
(Tıp) Çift çift dizmek veya dizilmek
iki adet
çift olmak
bir erkekle bir dişiden ibar
karı koca
pair off çiftlere ayırmak
{f} eşle

Erkekler ve kızlar dans için eşleştiler. - The boys and girls paired off for the dance.

Tatoeba'nın çok dilli olmasının nedeni budur. Fakat o tür çok dilli değil. Dillerin sadece birlikte eşleştirildiği ve bazı çiftlerin geride bırakıldığı tür değil. - This is why Tatoeba is multilingual. But not that kind of multilingual. Not the kind where languages are simply being paired up together, and where some pairs are left behind.

{i} (çoğ. --s) çift
{i} arabanın iki atı
{f} evlendirmek
(Tıp) 1.Çift, yanyana gelmiş iki şey, iki parçadan oluşmuş herhangi bir şey (alet v.s.)
(Tıp) Çiftleştirmek veya çiftleşmek
{f} çiftleştirmek
{f} eşlemek
{i} iki parçadan oluşan şey
iletken çifti
(Matematik) ikili

Öğretmen öğrencilerin ikili grup halinde diyaloğu patik yapmalarını istedi. - The teacher asked the students to practice the dialogue in pairs.

pair of
çift

Yurtdışına giderken, bir çift gözlük daha almalısınız. - You should take another pair of glasses when you go abroad.

Bu makinelerle çalıştığında bir çift deri eldiven bir zorunluluktur. - A pair of leather gloves is a must when you work with these machines.

pair of scissors
makas
pair of tweezers
cımbız
pair of compasses
yayçizer
pair off
eşleşmek
pair production
(Çevre,Fizik,Teknik) çift üretimi
pair up
biraraya getirmek
pair of compasses
pergel
pair of headphones
kulaklık
pair of pincers
kerpeten
pair off
çiftleş
pair up
çift oluşturmak
pair-oar
çift kürekli tekne
pair of
çiftinin
pair of boots
bot çifti
pair of pages
sayfaları çifti
pair of pyjamas
pijama
pair of scales
ölçekler çifti
pair of scissiors
makas
pair of scissors
makas çifti
pair of shoes
ayakkabı çifti
pair of tongs
masa
pair of trousers
pantolon
pair up
biraraya getir
pair-bond
çift-bond
pair-wise
bkz. pairwise
Pair of pawls
(Tekstil) Kilit mandalı çifti
pair annihilation
(Nükleer Bilimler) çift yok olması
pair oar
çifte kürekli
pair of bags
pantolon
pair of bellows
körük
pair of hedge shears
budama makası
pair of hedge shears
bahçe makası
pair of pajamas
pijama
pair of pants
pantolon
pair of secateurs
bahçe makası
pair of secateurs
budama makası
pair of stairs
iki kat arasındaki merdiven
pair of sunglasses
güneş gözlüğü
pair off
evlendirmek
pair off
ikişer ikişer ayırmak
pair off
çiftlere ayırmak
pair off
evlenmek
pair off
çiftlere ayrılmak
pair production
(Nükleer Bilimler) çift oluşumu
pair spectrometer
(Fizik) çift spektrometre
pair spectrometer
(Fizik) çift izgeölçer
pair trawling
(Denizbilim) çift trol
pair work
(Dilbilim) ikili çalışma
pairing
(Tıp) 1.İki benzer şeyin bir araya gelmesi, çiftleşme; 2.Erkek ve dişi arasındaki cinsel birleşim, çiftleşme
au pair
çocuk bakımı yaparak
au pair
ev işleri yaparak
bonding pair
(Kimya) bağ çifti
dual pair
çifteş çift
ordered pair
(Matematik) sıralı ikili
ordered pair
(Matematik) sıralı çift
paired
(Biyokimya) ikili
shielded line pair
ekranlı hat çifti
shielded pair
(Bilgisayar) ekranlı hat çifti
terminal pair
kapı
terminal pair
bağlantı kapısı
twisted pair
(Bilgisayar) çift bükümlü
twisted pair
bükülü tel çifti
twisted pair cable
(Bilgisayar) bükümlü çift tipi kablo
au pair
yaptığı ev işlerine karşılık bir kodak yanında kala
gene pair
gen çifti
ion pair
iyon çifti
lone pair
yalın çift
long tail pair
uzun kuyruklu çift
minimal pair
en küçük çift
paired
{f} eşle

Erkekler ve kızlar dans için eşleştiler. - The boys and girls paired off for the dance.

Tatoeba'nın çok dilli olmasının nedeni budur. Fakat o tür çok dilli değil. Dillerin sadece birlikte eşleştirildiği ve bazı çiftlerin geride bırakıldığı tür değil. - This is why Tatoeba is multilingual. But not that kind of multilingual. Not the kind where languages are simply being paired up together, and where some pairs are left behind.

pairing
çiftleşme
pairing
{f} çiftleş
show a clean pair of heels
tabanları yağlamak
a pair
bir çift
a pair of denims
kot pantolon, cin; blucin
a pair of dice
bir çift zar
a pair of dungarees
blucin, kot
a pair of shears
makası, bir çift
base pair
(Biyoloji) Baz çifti
bridal pair
gelin çifti
contrastive pair
ayrimsal çift
dyad, couple, pair
iki atomlu, çift, çift
electron pair
elektron çifti
minimal pair
Sesteş kelimeler
one true pair (or pairing)
tek gerçek çift (veya eşleştirme)
paired
çiftleşmiş
pairing
Eşleştirme
pairing
Erkek ve dışı arasındaki cinsel birleşim, çiftleşme
pairing
İki benzer şeyin bir araya gelmesi, çiftleşme
pairing
çiftleşerek
pairing
{f} eşle
pairs
çiftleşmek.pairs = çiftler shoes come in pairs=ayakabılar çift gelir

eğer aynı iki şeyi çiftliyorsan, "pair those shoes with same size numbers" =o ayakabılari ayni numaralara göre çiftleştir.

screened shielded twisted pair
bükülü korumalı ekranlı
shielded pair
ekranlanmis çift
the betrothed pair
nişanlı çifti
they make a pair
Onlar bir çift yapmak
unshielded twisted pair
bükülü folyosuz
word pair association
kelime çifti dernek
a pair of
bir çift

Bir çift ayakkabı aldım. - I bought a pair of shoes.

Ben, bir çift kayak botu satın almak istiyorum. - I want to buy a pair of ski boots.

a pair of braces
pantolon askısı
a pair of compasses
pergel
a pair of drawers
külot
a pair of eyeglasses
gözlük
a pair of pincers
kerpeten
a pair of scales
terazi
a pair of scissors
makas
a pair of spectacles
gözlük
a pair of tongs
maşa
a pair of tweezers
cımbız

Ödünç alabileceğim bir cımbızın var mı? - Do you have a pair of tweezers I could borrow?

au pair girl
çocuğa bakarak aile yanında kalan kız
au pair girl
ev işleri yaparak aile yanında kalan kız
carriage and pair
iki atlı araba
chromosome pair
(Biyoloji) kromozom çifti
do you want to try on another pair
başka bir çift denemek ister misiniz
dual pair
ciftes cift
electron pair
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektron delik çifti
having a pair of scissors
makaslı
i would like a pair of cufflinks
bir çift kol düğmesi rica ediyorum
i would like a pair of gloves
bir çift eldiven rica ediyorum
i would like a pair of jeans
kot rica ediyorum
i would like a pair of lightweight summer shoes
yazlık hafif bir ayakkabı istiyorum
i would like a pair of pajamas
pijama rica ediyorum
i would like a pair of pants
pantolon rica ediyorum
i would like a pair of sandals
sandal istiyorum
i would like a pair of shorts
şort rica ediyorum
i would like a pair of sneakers
spor ayakkabısı istiyorum
i would like a pair of sunglasses
bir çift güneş gözlüğü rica ediyorum
i would like to see a pair of boy's shoes
erkek çocuğu ayakkabısı görmek istiyorum
may i have a pair of socks
çorap alabilir miyim
minimal pair
(Dilbilim) tek-ayrımlı çift
minimal pair
(Dilbilim) yalın çift
mirrored pair
ikizlenmiş çift
mirrored pair
Yansılı Çift
one of a pair
paired
{f} eşle: adj.eşlenmiş
paired
E$Li
paired
{f} çiftleş: adj.çiftleşmiş
pairing
{i} eşlenme
pairing
(isim) çiftleşme
pairing
{f} çiftleş: prep.çiftleşerek
pairing
(Nükleer Bilimler) çiftlenim
semantic pair
(Dilbilim) anlam çiftleri
shielded line pair
ekranli hat cifti
show a clean pair of heels
(deyim) birisinden hızla kaçmak
show a dean pair of heels
(deyim) hızla uzaklaşmak
split pair
(Askeri) AYRI ÇİFT: Bak. split "vertical photograph"
stereoscopic pair
(Askeri) stereoskopik çift
stereoscopic pair
(Askeri) STEREOSKOPİK ÇİFT: Bir cismin veya müşterek bir sahanın mümkün olan steroskopik incelemesini yapmak için yeterli bindirme detayıyla alınan iki fotoğraf
terminal pair
(port) baglanti kapisi, kapi
twisted pair
bukulu tel cifti
İngilizce - İngilizce
To bring two (animals, notably dogs) together for mating
A doubleheader, two games played on the same day between the same teams

The Pirates took a pair from the Phillies.

A double play, two outs recorded in one play

They turned a pair to end the fifth.

Used with binary nouns (often in the plural to indicate multiple instances, since such nouns are plurale tantum)

but not a pair of cymbals.

A couple of working animals attached to work together, as by a yoke

A pair is harder to drive than two mounts with separate riders.

Two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of

I couldn't decide which of the pair of designer shirts I preferred, so I bought the pair.

A score of zero runs (a duck) in both innings of a two-innings match
A poker hand that contains of two cards of identical rank, which cannot also count as a better hand
A pair of breasts

She's got a gorgeous pair.

Two people in a relationship, partnership (especially sexual) or friendship

Spouses should make a great pair.

To group into sets of two

The wedding guests were paired boy-girl and groom's party-bride's party.

{n} two things suiting one another, a couple
{v} to join in couples, couple, unite, suit
Two people in a relationship, partnership or friendship
Two adjacent stones of the same color with no friendly stones at either end This formation is subject to atari and enemy capture
If one thing is paired with another, it is put with it or considered with it. The trainees will then be paired with experienced managers. + pairing pair·ing the pairing of these two fine musicians. see also au pair
one partnership; two players acting as partners; North-South or East-West
In a mechanism, two elements, or bodies, which are so applied to each other as to mutually constrain relative motion
If you say that someone is or has a safe pair of hands, you mean that they are reliable and will not make any serious mistakes. He has now held five cabinet posts and remains a safe pair of hands
To impair
two people considered as a unit
Two; a couple of
{i} match; whole consisting of two parts; couple, two people who are connected in a relationship (i.e. engaged, married, dating); two people who are working partners in a project; two animal that are joined for mating or working
Two cards of the same value such as a (A,A)
Two stamps joined together, either vertically or horizontally, by their perforations
an arrangement between parties whereby two members from opposing sides of a house do not vote on a particular occasion, so that one or both can be absent without affecting the result of the vote
a set of two similar things considered as a unit
Two members of opposite parties or opinion, as in a parliamentary body, who mutually agree not to vote on a given question, or on issues of a party nature during a specified time; as, there were two pairs on the final vote
An instance of <pair>
A sweep-oar boat for two rowers There is competition for pairs with coxswain and pairs without coxswain
{f} couple; be part one of a match; mate; form pairs
form a pair or pairs; "The two old friends paired off"
Beau
occur in pairs
A number of things resembling one another, or belonging together; a set; as, a pair or flight of stairs
A married couple; a man and wife
Two wires of a single circuit held together by twisting, binding or by an overall braid or jacket The first wire of the pair is designated "tip" and the second "ring", or sometimes "wire" and "mate"
make love; "Birds mate in the Spring"
Same as To pair off
To engage (one's self) with another of opposite opinions not to vote on a particular question or class of questions
" Chaucer
To be joined in paris; to couple; to mate, as for breeding
You can refer to two people as a pair when they are standing or walking together or when they have some kind of relationship with each other. A pair of teenage boys were smoking cigarettes
Also called two of a kind This is a hand where the player's best hand is made up of 2 cards of the same rank
"Four pair of stairs
Two cards of the same face or number value
Two cards of the same rank If you hold AAKJ3, you have a pair See also top pair, middle pair, bottom pair, and two pair
A union of two conductors, as bars or wires of dissimilar metals joined at their extremities, for producing a thermoelectric current
] Two things of a kind, similar in form, suited to each other, and intended to be used together; as, a pair of gloves or stockings; a pair of shoes
Two unseparated stamps
Chaucer
Some objects that have two main parts of the same size and shape are referred to as a pair, for example a pair of trousers or a pair of scissors. a pair of faded jeans. a pair of binoculars
To put (two people or things) together
Two wires, grouped (usually twisted) together and marked with reciprocal color coding
See phrase below
arrange in pairs; "Pair these numbers"
- pair (of breasts) - shes got a gorgeous pair
"A pair of beads
Any adjacent duo of stones
Two of a sort; a span; a yoke; a couple; a brace; as, a pair of horses; a pair of oxen
" Macaulay
[Now mostly or quite disused, except as to stairs
bring two objects, ideas, or people together; "This fact is coupled to the other one"; "Matchmaker, can you match my daughter with a nice young man?"; "The student was paired with a partner for collaboration on the project"
Two unseparated stamps Pane Section of sheet of stamps with gutter margin or leaf from a stamp booklet Perfins Initial letters or symbols perforating the body of a stamp
a poker hand with 2 cards of the same value
occur in pairs form a pair or pairs; "The two old friends paired off
& Fl
Used in the names of some objects and garments that have two similar parts or halves
A single thing, composed of two pieces fitted to each other and used together; as, a pair of scissors; a pair of tongs; a pair of bellows
A bird pair is two birds, one male and one female that make a nest together When scientists are counting wild birds, they like to know how many pairs there are If there are lots of pairs then there are lots of birds starting a family!
pair bond
a relationship, often permanent, formed between a male and female animal; initiated during courtship and maintained after mating
pair of compasses
A tool used to draw circles, usually consisting of two arms joined at one end in such a way that the arms can be opened and closed; one of the arms is pointed at its free end while the other holds a pencil, pencil lead or some other implement for making marks
pair of eyeglasses
A pair of lenses set in a frame worn on the nose and ears in order to correct deficiencies in eyesight or to ornament the face
pair of glasses
A pair of lenses set in a frame worn on the nose and ears in order to correct deficiencies in eyesight or to ornament the face
pair of pants
A single garment that covers one's legs individually with sleeves, and also covers the pelvis
pair of pants
The orientable surface of genus two having three boundary components
pair of specs
A pair of lenses set in a frame worn on the nose and ears in order to correct deficiencies in eyesight or to ornament the face
pair of spectacles
A pair of lenses set in a frame worn on the nose and ears in order to correct deficiencies in eyesight or to ornament the face
pair of stairs
A flight of stairs

The lines snaked around the block and down a pair of stairs, into a large exhibition hall.

pair of underwear
An item of clothing that is worn under one's trousers or pants

Have you seen my black pair of underwear? I swear I had it yesterday.

pair programming
A software development technique, part of extreme programming, in which two programmers work together at a single keyboard, one coding while the other observes and reviews. The roles are switched at regular intervals
pair up
To get into pairs; to join together to make a group of two
pair up
To put into pairs; to put into a group of two
pair bond
The temporary or permanent association formed between a female and male animal during courtship and mating.pair bonding n
pair of boots
set of shoes which extend over the ankle
pair of compasses
pair of calipers, dividers
pair of gloves
two matching gloves
pair of jeans
pants made out of jeans fabric, jeans
pair of opposites
two contradictory things, pair of things which are reversals of each other
pair of scissors
scissors
pair of shoes
two matching shoes, set of shoes
pair of trousers
pants, trousers
pair off
When people pair off or are paired off, they form a pair, often in order to become girlfriend and boyfriend. I knew she wouldn't be able to resist pairing me off with someone The squad members paired off to find places to eat and sleep
pair off
form a pair or pairs; "The two old friends paired off"
pair off
arrange in groups of two; marry; perform a marriage
pair off
The netting of cash and securities in the settlement of two trades in the same securities for the same value date Pairing off allows for settlement of net differences
pair off
1 To offset a position in the GNMA forward market by buying an issue previously sold or selling an issue previously bought Both buy and sell side must be in the same delivery month and both must be for the same guaranteed coupon
pair off
From applicable formations (usually a Squared Set, Facing Lines, or Eight Chain Thru) Walk forward if necessary to meet the facing dancer, then Face Out (individually turn 1/4 to face away from the center of the set)
pair production
The simultaneous creation of a subatomic particle and its antiparticle from another form of energy, especially the production of a positron and an electron from a gamma ray photon in a strong electric field, such as that surrounding a nucleus. Formation of an electron and a positron from high-energy electromagnetic radiation traveling through matter, usually in the vicinity of an atomic nucleus. It is a direct conversion of radiant energy into matter in accordance with the equation E = mc^2, where E is the amount of energy, m is the mass, and c is the speed of light. It is one of the principal ways in which high-energy gamma rays are absorbed in matter. The positrons quickly disappear by being reconverted into photons in the process of annihilation with other electrons. Pair production may sometimes refer to the formation of other particle/antiparticle pairs as well
pair production
the transformation of a gamma-ray photon into an electron and a positron when the photon passes close to an atomic nucleus
pair up
If people pair up or are paired up, they form a pair, especially in order to do something together. They asked us to pair up with the person next to us and form teams Men and teenage girls pair up to dance Smokers and nonsmokers are paired up as roommates
Cooper pair
a pair of electrons, of opposite spin, that are thought to be the basis of superconductivity according to BCS theory
au pair
A single girl (or, rarely, a boy) who helps a host family with childcare and/or housework while staying as a guest with a host family and generally receiving a small allowance (or pocket money)
base pair
In molecular biology, two nucleotides on opposite complementary DNA or RNA strands that are connected via hydrogen bonds
base-pair breathing
The transient, lateral opening of a base pair in a nucleic acid molecule as a result of thermal motion or the presence of a defect
conjugate acid-base pair
two molecular entities, one of which (the acid) can readily transfer a proton to the other (the base)
coxless pair
A race in which such craft participate
coxless pair
A boat, used in competitive rowing, having two rowers, each with a single oar
electron pair
Two electrons having opposite spin but all other quantum numbers the same; i.e two electrons in the same atomic orbital or molecular orbital, especially such electrons that function in concert to form a covalent bond
extra pair of hands
The assistance of another person

Do you need an extra pair of hands to help you pass out slices of cake and to clean up after the party is over?.

grow a pair
To be brave; to show some courage, especially in a situation in which one has so far failed to do so
have a pair
To be manly

Sound off like you got a pair! (drill sergeant in Full Metal Jacket).

homologous pair
Two chromosomes that are identical, with the same genes
inversion pair
a pair of integers (i,j) is an inversion pair of some permutation \sigma if i but \sigma(i)>\sigma(j)
kilobase pair
One thousand base pairs in succession
king pair
The score of zero runs, having been out on the first ball faced in each innings of a two-innings match; a golden duck in each innings
linear pair
The two supplementary adjacent angles formed by two intersecting lines
live pair
An informal agreement between two members of Congress who would have otherwise cast opposing votes whereby one announces the couple is a live pair and registers his or her own vote as present rather than for or against. Although not recognized or recorded in vote tallies, the effect is to allow the other member to be absent without affecting the outcome of the vote
lone pair
a pair of electrons in the valence shell of an atom that does not participate in bonding
minimal pair
A pair of words differing by only one phonetic segment or suprasegment, used to prove the validity of a proposed phoneme, toneme, or chroneme

beach and bitch and bun and ban are examples of minimal pairs.

near-minimal pair
A pair of words differing by a few (but more than one) phonetic segments or suprasegments, used to suggest a proposed phoneme, toneme, or chroneme may be valid
on a pair
Describing the status of a batsman who has made a duck in the first innings, and is yet to score in the second
ordered pair
A set containing exactly two elements in a fixed order, so that, when the elements are different, exchanging them gives a different set. Notation: (a, b) or \langle a, b\rangle
paired
Simple past tense and past participle of pair. To group into sets of two
pairing
The combination or union of two things

The seeds were adjusted to make sure that there were good pairings for the tennis tournament.

pigeon pair
A pair of twins, one male and one female
pocket pair
Two hole cards of the same value

Pocket aces is the best possible pocket pair.

shielded twisted pair
A pair of twisted wires which is surrounded by a metal shield in order to protect from EMI
show a clean pair of heels
to run away quickly; to make an escape quickly; to outpace
strap on a pair
To be brave; to show some courage, especially in a situation where one has so far failed to do so

Somebody clearly needed to strap on a pair and say what needed to be said. Forget the flowery words and sensitivity training.

two pair
A hand which contains two pairs
base pair
(Biyoloji) The pair of nitrogenous bases, consisting of a purine linked by hydrogen bonds to a pyrimidine, that connects the complementary strands of DNA or of hybrid molecules joining DNA and RNA. The base pairs are adenine-thymine and guanine-cytosine in DNA, and adenine-uracil and guanine-cytosine in RNA
minimal pair
Two linguistic units that differ in a single distinctive feature or constituent (as voice in the initial consonants of bat and pat)
twisted pair
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Twisted pair cabling is a form of wiring in which two conductors are wound together for the purposes of canceling out electromagnetic interference (EMI) from external sources, electromagnetic radiation from the UTP cable, and crosstalk between neighboring pairs
A pair
geminal
au pair
a young foreigner who lives with a family in return for doing light housework
au pair
An au pair is a young person from a foreign country who lives with a family in order to learn the language and who helps to look after the children. a young person, usually a woman, who stays with a family in a foreign country to learn the language, and looks after their children for a small wage
au pair
(French) nursemaid, nanny, caretaker for a baby (usually lives in the home of the family)
au pair girl
(French) girl who works as a nursemaid, nanny, caretaker for a baby (usually living in the home of the family)
au pair girl
a foreign girl serving as an au pair
base pair
One unit of DNA composed of two complementary nucleic acid molecules (nucleotides) on opposing strands of DNA The base adenosine always pairs with thymidine; the base guanidine pairs with cytidine
base pair
= (1962): one of the pairs of chemical bases composed of a purine on one strand of DNA joined by hydrogen bonds to a pyrimidine on the other that hold together the two complementary strands much like the rungs of a ladder and include adenine linked to thymine or sometimes to uracil and guanine linked to cytosine See Base-Pair for more information and pictures
base pair
Two nucleotide bases on different strands of the nucleic acid molecule that bond together The bases can pair in only one way: adenine with thymine (DNA) or uracil (RNA), and guanine with cytosine
base pair
Two nitrogeneous bases (adenine and thymine) or (guanine and cytosine) held together in DNA by weak bonds forming a double helix
base pair
The basic units of DNA and RNA, base pairs are chemical structures made up of the chemicals adenine, thymine, guanine and cytosine, which are designated by the letters A, T, G and C, respectively Adenine always pairs with thymine and guanine always pairs with cytosine, creating the pairs or nucleotides in which genetic information is found
base pair
Two complementary nucleotides which form a one rung of the DNA ladder
base pair
The basic units of DNA, base pairs are chemical structures made up of the chemicals adenine, thymine, guanine and cytosine, which are designated by the letters A, T, G and C, respectively Adenine always pairs with thymine and guanine always pairs with cytosine, creating the pairs or nucleotides in which genetic information is found In RNA, uracil (U) substitutes for thymine (CNN & BIO)
base pair
The two complementary, nitrogen-rich molecules held together by weak chemical bonds Two strands of DNA are held together in the shape of a double helix by the bonds between their base pairs (See chemical base )
base pair
In double-stranded nucleic acids, a "base pair" is the structure formed between two complementary nucleotides by hydrogen bonding In DNA, adenine (A) pairs with thymine (T) and cytosine (C) pairs with guanine (G) In RNA, adenine (A) pairs with uracil (U) and cytosine (C) pairs with guanine (G) See the Figure at NHGRI
base pair
A unit of nucleic acid length, based on the number of paired bases (adenine and thymine, guanine and cytosine) in a DNA double helix
base pair
A pair of the complementary bases making up DNA In the spiral ladder (double helix) structure of DNA, adenosine always pairs with thymine and cytosine with guanine The size of genes or genomes is often measured by the number of base pairs they contain
base pair
Two bases - one on each strand of a double helix, - which interact via hydrogen bonds to maintain DNA in a double-stranded configuration Normally, cytosine forms base pairs with guanine and adenine forms base pairs with thymine
base pair
two complementary nucleotides in a piece of DNA joined together by a chemical link The complementary base pairs are: adenine and thymine; guanine and cytosine
base pair
one of the pairs of chemical bases joined by hydrogen bonds that connect the complementary strands of a DNA molecule or of an RNA molecule that has two strands; the base pairs are adenine with thymine and guanine with cytosine in DNA and adenine with uracil and guanine with cytosine in RNA
base pair
Two nitrogenous bases (adenine and thymine or guanine and cytosine) held together by weak bonds Two strands of DNA are held together in the shape of a double helix by the bonds between base pairs
base pair
A pair of complementary nitrogenous bases in a DNA molecule--adenine-thymine and guanine-cytosine Also, the unit of measurement for DNA sequences
base pair
Two bases which form a "rung of the DNA ladder " A DNA nucleotide is made of a molecule of sugar, a molecule of phosphoric acid, and a molecule called a base The bases are the "letters" that spell out the genetic code 1
base pair
Two bases, linked by noncovalent forces, that pair in double-stranded DNA or RNA molecules
base pair
Two nucleotide bases (A: T or G: C) held together by weak hydrogen bonds
lovely pair
lovely couple, perfect match
nice pair of legs
attractive legs, legs which are in good physical shape
ordered pair
A two-element set of numbers in the format (x,y) where (a,b) is not the same as (b,a)
ordered pair
A list of two elements, such as (father, son) or (5, 2)
ordered pair
written (x,y), the x represents a value on the horizontal axis and the y represents a value on the vertical axis, while (x,y) represents a point on the graph
ordered pair
An ordered pair, (x,y), is a point in the rectangular coordinate system
ordered pair
two numbers used to locate a point in a plane -- " a given pair of numbers is sometimes called an ordered pair " (263)
paired
{s} coupled; matched; mated
paired
used of gloves, socks, etc
paired
mated sexually
paired
Past tense of to pair, to group into sets of two
paired
of leaves etc; growing in pairs on either side of a stem; "opposite leaves"
paired
Existing in a pair, in tandem
pairing
The finishing operation in which individual socks are inspected and made into pairs prior to folding and packaging
pairing
the action of the verb to pair
pairing
Two people, especially sports players, actors, or musicians, who are working together as a pair can be referred to as a pairing. In first place we now find the Belgian pairing of Nancy Feber and Laurence Courtois. = pair
pairing
{i} act of putting in pairs; coupling; mating
pairing
a method by which subjects are selected so that two subjects with similar characteristics (for example, weight, smoking habits) are assigned to a set, but one receives Treatment A and the other receives Treatment B
pairing
Members of Congress who are going to be absent for an important vote will often "pair" with another member who would have voted for the opposite side, on matters where a two-thirds' majority is required, two members in the affirmative pair with one in the negative Pairing is recorded in the Congressional ~Record but is not included in the voting results A "live" part of a live pair occurs when a paired member is on the floor and votes "present " House rules provide guidelines for pairing The Senate considers the practice a voluntary arrangement among Senators and the "live" pair is counted for purposes of deter mining whether a quorum is present and business may be conducted
pairing
the act of pairing a male and female for reproductive purposes; "the casual couplings of adolescents"; "the mating of some species occurs only in the spring"
pairing
the act of grouping things or people in pairs
pairing
The act or process of uniting or arranging in pairs or couples
pairing
present participle of pair
pairing
In a Sylver Coinage position, two legal moves are said to be paired if each wins against the other
pairing
A favourable interaction of two electrons with opposite m , values in the same orbital
pairing
The union of two insulated single conductors through twisting
pairing
See To pair off, under Pair, v
pairs
a duplicate-bridge tournament among partnerships
pairs
The racing system usually used in long track competition, with two competitors skating the track at the same time Both are electronically timed The winner of the race is the skater with the fastest time after all the pairs have skated
pairs
Third-person singular simple present of to pair
pairs
Plural of pair
pairs
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show a clean pair of heels
flee, escape, run away quickly
that is another pair of shoes
that is an entirely separate issue, that is a different subject altogether
the happy pair
happy couple, happily married husband and wife
twisted pair
Two insulated copper wires twisted around each other to reduce interference from one wire to the other Twisted pair cable is the most common type of transmission cable and is necessary for Local Area Networks (LAN) Several sets of twisted pair wires may be enclosed in a single cable The twists are varied in length to reduce the potential for signal interference between pairs
twisted pair
A type of cable in which pairs of conductors are twisted together to produce certain electrical properties U
twisted pair
A twisted pair is a pair of insulated wires that twist around each other repeatedly in a spiral pattern along the length of the wires Twisting them rather than running them side by side reduces electromagnetic interference Ordinary telephone cable in the house usually consists of two or three twisted pairs, with each wire coded in a different color insulation Twisted pairs surrounded by a shielding ground layer are known as shielded twisted pair Twisted pair is often used in ethernet LANs
twisted pair
In the telecommunications industry, wire is usually referred to in pairs rather than conductors With the introduction of data transmissions, crosstalk (interference between individual conductors) became problematic The fix is called Twisted Pair This refers to individual pairs of wire that are twisted randomly The twists create an inconsistent, ever changing EMF (ElectroMagnetic Field), thus preventing crosstalk This novel concept eliminates the need for shielding and is also referred to as UTP, or Unshielded Twisted Pair
twisted pair
Two insulated copper wires twisted around each other to reduce induction (thus interference) from one wire to the other The twists, or lays, are varied in length to reduce the potential for signal interference between pairs Several sets of twisted pair wires may be enclosed in a single cable In cables greater than 25 pairs, the twisted pairs are grouped and bound together
twisted pair
A copper cable The pairs are twisted to avoid electrical interference
twisted pair
A type of cable in which pairs of conductors are twisted together to produce certain electrical properties
twisted pair
Network cabling that consists of four pairs of wires that are manufactured with the wires twisted to certain specifications Available in shielded and unshielded versions
twisted pair
A multiple conductor cable whose component wires are paired together, twisted, and enclosed in a single jacket Each pair consists of two insulated copper wires twisted together When driven as a balanced line, the twisting reduces the susceptibility to external interference and the radiation of signal energy Most twisted-pair cabling contains either 2, 4, or 25 pairs of wires
twisted pair
The set of two copper wires used to connect a telephone customer with a switching office, loosely wrapped around each other to minimize interference from other twisted pairs in the same bundle Synonymous with 2-wire line
twisted pair
Twisted pair, or 10BaseT, cabling looks similar to a standard RJ-11 modular phone jack The primary difference is that a 10BaseT cable has an RJ-45 connector which is the same basic shape but slightly larger than a phone cable 10BaseT transceivers (the box or internal card that connects to the ethernet network) have a "Link Light" -- a green LED that shines if the transceiver both has power and has made positive contact with another network device (hub or switch) A shining link light means that the connection to the network is active This does not rule out the possibility that there might be a physical problem with the user's specific network connection, but it does mean that such a problem is somewhat less likely to be the cause of a network failure 10BaseT transmits data at 10 Mbits/sec 100BaseT, aka "Fast Ethernet" has a bandwidth of 100Mb/s
twisted pair
Cable consisting of at least two insulated wires that are intertwined to reduce electromagnetic interference
twisted pair
Cable made up of a pair of insulated copper wires wrapped around each other to cancel the effects of electrical noise
twisted pair
Insulated wire in which pairs are twisted together Commonly used for telephone connections, and LANs because it is inexpensive
twisted pair
A two-wire cable that reduces coupled noise effects by making them a common-mode signal Twisting the two wires equalizes their average distances from radiating noise sources to equalize the noise pick up of the two Noise common to the two wires does not affect the differential coupling of the desired signal Without the twisted configuration, differing separation distances between the noise sources and the two wires would result in unequal noise coupling that would add to the intended signal
twisted pair
A type of data communications cable that consists of pairs of insulated wires which have been twisted together in a regular spiral pattern A relatively low-speed transmission medium which is commonly used for telephone and, increasingly, for data networks See also 10BaseT
twisted pair
The type of wire used by the phone company to wire telephones -- at least over distances like between your house and the central office It has two conductors, which are twisted The twists are important: they give it electrical characteristics which allow some kinds of communications otherwise not possible Ordinary telephone cables are not shielded (see "Shielded twisted Pair")
twisted pair
Telephone system cabling that consists of copper wires loosely twisted around each other to help cancel out any induced noise in balanced circuits
twisted pair
Two insulated copper wires twisted together with the "twists" or "lays" varied in length to reduce potential signal interference between the pairs Where cables comprise more than 25 pairs, they are usually bundled together and wrapped in a cable sheath Twisted pair is the most commonly used medium for connecting telephones, computers and terminals to PABXs, supporting speeds up to 64kbits/sec
twisted pair
(TP) A common form of copper cabling used for telephony and data communications It consists of two copper lines twisted around each other; the twisting protects the communications from electromagnetic frequency and radio frequency interference See also unshielded twisted pair
twisted pair
Two copper wires twisted around each other The twists vary in length and reduce induction
twisted pair
cable made of a pair of insulated copper wires wrapped around each other to cancel the effects of electrical noise It can transmit voice and data and, in some cases, low-grade video It is the most prevalent type of medium in PSTN's local loops The wire pair sizes typically range from 19-to-26 gauge Cables with as many as 2,700 pairs of 26-gauge wire are used in urban areas
twisted pair
Telephone system cabling that consists of copper wires loosely wrapped around each other for the purpose of canceling background noise
twisted-pair
Telephone system cabling that consists of copper wires loosely twisted around each other to help cancel out any induced noise in balanced circuits
twisted-pair
A cable with two conductors twisted as a pair
twisted-pair
A twisted-pair cable consists of interwoven copper cables The twisting of the cables helps reduce noise and crosstalk Various standards have been introduced to specify types of twisted-pair cable The most famous of these is "Cat5" (Category 5) of which more information is available at the following websiteComputer Networking - Cat5 cabling
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takım ciğer a pair of lungs
(as sold by a butcher)
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