passiveness

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} dirençsizlik
{i} pasiflik
edilginlik
passive
pasif

Pasif içiciliğin çok zararlı olduğu Johnson'ın araştırmasında açıkça gösterilmektedir. - It is clearly shown in Johnson's investigation that passive smoking is very harmful.

Televizyon izlemek pasif bir faaliyettir. - Watching TV is a passive activity.

passive
edilgen

Onun edilgen bir karakteri var. - He has a passive character.

O edilgen çatı değil. - That's not the passive voice.

passive
(Ticaret) hareketsiz
passive
etkisiz
passive
dayanıklı
passive
(isim) edilgen çatı
passive
edilgin
passive
edilgen çatı

O edilgen çatı değil. - That's not the passive voice.

O edilgen çatı değil. - That is not the passive voice.

passive
dingin
passive
faizsiz
passive
{s} dilb. edilgen
passive
faaliyeti olmayan
passive
meful
passive
edilgen fiil
passive
passive commerceihraç mallarını yabancı gemilerle nakletmek
passive
uysal
passive
(Tıp) Kendiliğinden bir iş yapmak yeteneğinde olmayan, hareketsiz, faaliyet göstermeyen, atıl, pasif
passive
(Askeri) PASİF: Gözetlemede, keşfedilebilecek düzeyde hiç bir enerji yaymayan faaliyet veya teçhizat için kullanılan bir sıfat
passive
meçhul
passive
{s} pasif, eylemsiz, edilgin
passive
atıl
passive
dış etkiler karşısında hareketsiz kalan
İngilizce - İngilizce
The condition of being passive; passivity
{n} submission, a power of suffering
{i} passive attitude, submissiveness, state of not reacting to outside stimulus
The quality or state of being passive; unresisting submission
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Taking no action

He remained passive during the protest.

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A form of a verb that is in the passive voice
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Not participating in management
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Being subjected to an action without producing a reaction
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Being inactive and submissive in a relationship, especially in a sexual one
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Being in the passive voice
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The passive voice of verbs
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unresponsive
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{a} submissive, meek, not opposing
Passive
supine
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peacefully resistant in response to injustice; "passive resistance
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lacking in energy or will; "Much benevolence of the passive order may be traced to a disinclination to inflict pain upon oneself"- George Meredith
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Lacking any active devices or active circuitry
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A passive activity involves watching, looking at, or listening to things rather than doing things. They want less passive ways of filling their time. active
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A style of play that is characterized by reluctance to bet and raise
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Atwegh
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lacking in energy or will; "Much benevolence of the passive order may be traced to a disinclination to inflict pain upon oneself"- George Meredith expressing thatthe subject of the sentence is the patient of the action denoted by the verb; "academics seem to favor passive sentences"
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expressing thatthe subject of the sentence is the patient of the action denoted by the verb; "academics seem to favor passive sentences"
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Passive is a style of play that is characterized by reluctance to bet and raise This does not always mean tight A typical loose-passive player will call with almost anything, but raise only with very powerful hands (see calling station) A passive table is one with many passive players, so that, for example, few hands are raised pre-flop
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Something that is not active, but rather is acted upon
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Income or loss from business activities in which a person does not materially participate, such as a limited partnership
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Passive resistance involves showing opposition to the people in power in your country by not co-operating with them and protesting in non-violent ways. They made it clear that they would only exercise passive resistance in the event of a military takeover. active
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Receiving or enduring without either active sympathy or active resistance; without emotion or excitement; patient; not opposing; unresisting; as, passive obedience; passive submission
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{s} submissive, unresisting, compliant, docile; indifferent, apathetic
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adj Passive protection has no special action like a cam, it is merely wedged into a crack and functions only one way
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An electronic circuit composed of passive elements, such as resistors, inductors, or capacitors, without any active elements, such as vacuum tubes or transistors generally resulting in a signal loss
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the voice used to indicate that the grammatical subject of the verb is the recipient (not the source) of the action denoted by the verb; "`The ball was thrown by the boy' uses the passive voice"; "`The ball was thrown' is an abbreviated passive"
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Remaining neutral or submissive during an event
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Inactive; inert; not showing strong affinity; as, red phosphorus is comparatively passive
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The type of circuitry that does <I>not<P> require external power, but rather uses only basic circuit elements such as capacitors, inductors, and resistors (e g , We used two capacitors and one inductor to make a 6 dB/octave passive crossover for our midrange speakers )
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Not requiring an external source of power; containing resistors, capacitors, inductors, etc , but no tubes or transistors; provides no amplification
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Designating certain morbid conditions, as hemorrhage or dropsy, characterized by relaxation of the vessels and tissues, with deficient vitality and lack of reaction in the affected tissues
passive
asserting that the person or thing represented by the grammatical subject is subjected to or affected by the action represented by the verb In the last sentence, the subject "person or thing" is acted upon by the verbs "subject" and "affect", so the sentence is in the passive voice In the last sentence, the subject "subject" is acted upon by the verb "act", so the sentence is also in the passive voice (Repeat last sentence ad infinitum )
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disapproval If you describe someone as passive, you mean that they do not take action but instead let things happen to them. His passive attitude made things easier for me active + passively pas·sive·ly He sat there passively, content to wait for his father to make the opening move. + passivity pas·sivi·ty the passivity of the public under the military occupation
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Containing no power sources to augment output power, e g , passive electrical network, passive reflector (as in the Echo satellite) Applied to a device that draws all its power from the input signal Compare active
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{i} (Grammar) verb form used to show that the subject is being acted upon (rather than performing an action)
passive
(of a defensive play) not risking tricks but not tending to promote any immediately
passive
refers to a move that merely guards, wards off threats, or marks time, as opposed to an active attacking or counterattacking move
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In grammar, the passive or the passive voice is formed using `be' and the past participle of a verb. The subject of a passive clause does not perform the action expressed by the verb but is affected by it. For example, in `He's been murdered', the verb is in the passive. Compare active. the passive the passive form of a verb, for example 'was destroyed' in the sentence 'The building was destroyed during the war.' active
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A characteristic condition of stainless steels which impedes normal corrosion tendencies to the point where the metal remains virtually un-attacked hence passive to its environment
passive
A passive audio device is one which does not use amplification circuits By nature of design, passive devices do cause a loss in power (insertion loss) Because they do not contain amplifiers, and are "cut-only" or "subtractive" in operation, passive devices tend to not add noise or distortion to a signal (although noise may be added in compensating for insertion loss) Typical passive devices include direct boxes, splitters, equalizers and crossovers
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Not active, but acted upon; suffering or receiving impressions or influences; as, they were passive spectators, not actors in the scene
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speakers or sub-woofers that react to an amplified signal from a separate amplifier They contain no amplification themselves Active speakers and sub-woofers have built-in amplification and require only a Line Level input signal from a source component or amplifier
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peacefully resistant in response to injustice; "passive resistance"
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unresisting, submissive, complacent
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a component that doesn't need a power source to function Examples of passive components are: resistors, capacitors, inductors, transformers, etc Also used to refer to guitar pickups that don't have built-in preamps, and don't require batteries to operate
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When the subject of a sentence has an action done to them
passiveness