pathless

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yolsuz
patikasız
{s} geçilmez
{s} yolu olmayan
patikasız/yolsuz
path
{i} yol

O, yoldaki karı temizledi. - He cleared the path of snow.

Yol çitlerle sınırlanmıştır. - The path is bordered with hedges.

path
yön
path
{i} yörünge
path
patika

Tom bir yılanın patikadan kayışını gördü. - Tom saw a snake slither across the path.

Dar bir patika boyunca yürüdük. - We walked along a narrow path.

path
kurak
path
(Tıp) pat

Dar bir patika boyunca yürüdük. - We walked along a narrow path.

Düşmüş bir ağaç patikayı kapadı. - A fallen tree blocked the path.

path
iz
path
(Bilgisayar) aşağıdaki yola
path
keçiyolu
path
(neyinse izlediği) yön
path
rota
path
the beaten path herkesin geçtiği yol
path
iltihabi
path
pist
path
varis
path
(Tıp) Yol, gidiş yolu, seyir tarzı
path
mayasıl
path
iltihaplı
path
mongoloit
path
meslek
path
presbit
path
patika/yol
path
işlek
path
(Tıp) Sinir demetinin seyir yolu
path
bir konuda takip edilen yol
İngilizce - İngilizce
Unexplored by virtue of not being crossed by paths or trails
{a} having no path, untrod, unknown
{s} unpaved; lacking a path, lacking a trail, lacking a route
Having no beaten path or way; untrodden; impenetrable; as, pathless woods
lacking pathways; "trackless wilderness"; "roadless areas
unpathwayed
path
a method or direction of proceeding
path
a sequence of vertices from one vertex to another using the arcs (edges). A path does not visit the same vertex more than once (unless it is a closed path, where only the first and the last vertex are the same)
path
a trail for the use of, or worn by, pedestrians
path
a course taken
path
a continuous map f from the unit interval I = to a topological space X
path
A trodden way; a footway
path
{n} a footroad, road, track, way
path
A file path contains the location of the file C: \Windows\System is the path for the file name C: \Windows\System\Azt16 drv A valid path must contain the drive letter, a full colon and backslash, the directory and a backslash, any sub directories and a backslash, and the file name and extension
path
The portion of a URL that identifies the folders containing a file For example, in the URL http: //my web site/hello/world/greetings htm, the path is /hello/world/
path
In graph theory, a path is a sequence of consecutive edges (links) in a graph and the length of the path is the number of edges traversed (in figure , the navigation from A to F has path lenght of 3)
path
{i} track; lane; route; search route, list of libraries where the operating system DOS will search for a file that the user tries to activate (Computers)
path
A sequence of requests for non-graphics in a single visit Summary only keeps track of the first three requests, the last request, and whether there were more than four requests in the path or not
path
To walk or go
path
A path is a sequence of consecutive edges in a graph and the length of the path is the number of edges traversed (This illustration shows a path of length four )
path
1 a list of locations where the computer will look for commands if the full path is not given Example: C: \WINDOWS;C: \WINDOWS\COMMAND;D: \PERL\BIN; 2 the hierarchy of drive and folders that is the location of a file Example: "c: \My Documents\complit101\web\Start\index html" tells you that the file index html is on Drive C in folder My Documents in its subfolder complit101 in its subfolder web in its subfolder Start This is the full path to the file
path
A path is a long strip of ground which people walk along to get from one place to another. We followed the path along the clifftops Feet had worn a path in the rock He went up the garden path to knock on the door
path
A path denotes the location of a file or directory The path is an absolute path if it gives the complete path, beginning with the root directory and including every subdirectory Otherwise, the path is a relative path
path
a metaphorical course
path
The portion of a complete disk file name (for example, in a URL) that specifies the sequence of directories and subdirectories within which the file is located
path
1 The exact directions to a file on a computer These directions are usually described by means of the hierarchical filing system from the top down, stating the drive, directory, any subdirectories, the file itself, and its filename extension if it has one: c: jobscompany resume txt This complete set of information is a fully qualified path 2 The route between any two points, such as the communications channel between two computers
path
a course of conduct; "the path of virtue"; "we went our separate ways"; "our paths in life led us apart"; "genius usually follows a revolutionary path"
path
The portion of a URL that identifies the folders containing a file For example, in the URL http: //my web site/hello/world /greetings htm, the path is /hello/world/
path
If you cross someone's path or if your paths cross, you meet them by chance. It was highly unlikely that their paths would cross again
path
a line or route along which something travels or moves; "the hurricane demolished houses in its path"; "the track of an animal"; "the course of the river"
path
a way especially designed for a particular use
path
A route used in finding, retrieving, and storing files on a disk The course leading from the root directory of a drive to a particular file
path
The path of something is the line which it moves along in a particular direction. He stepped without looking into the path of a reversing car
path
a way especially designed for a particular use an established line of travel or access a line or route along which something travels or moves; "the hurricane demolished houses in its path"; "the track of an animal"; "the course of the river
path
an established line of travel or access
path
A path is used to specify where certain files can be found in a directory tree Sometimes path is used to mean where an application looks to find certain files, such as "make sure stdio h is in your path, or the compiler won't find it "
path
A type of address that describes a file or folder's location within the directory structure of a computer
path
a trail for the use of or worn by, pedestrians
path
Your path is the space ahead of you as you move along. A group of reporters blocked his path
path
Term for the exact on-line location of a file or directory Should include the point of origin and every directory that must be accessed in order to gain access
path
A Pagan tradition, for example witchcraft, Wicca, druidism, Heathenry
path
The location of a file in the directory tree
path
A path can be described as a file's address on your file system, describing where the file lives: An absolute path gives the complete path, starting at the root directory, or the very top of the filesystem; A relative path looks for a file from the directory you are currently in down
path
A path is a sequence of adjacent vertices In other words, a path is a route through a graph which travels along the edges from vertex to vertex If a path starts and ends at the same vertex, then it is a circuit
path
a sequence (in the graph theory) of vertices from one vertex to another using the arcs (edges). A path does not visit the same vertex more than once (unless it is a closed path, where only the first and the last vertex are the same)
path
A statement that indicates where a file is stored on a particular drive The path consists of all the directories that must be opened to get to a particular file The directory names are separated by the slash (/)
path
Also used figuratively, of a course of life or action
path
Used two ways in MS-DOS (1) A set of instructions containing all the information DOS needs to find a particular file (2) A command describing all the directories through which DOS searches to find a requested program file
path
To make a path in, or on (something), or for (some one)
path
You can say that something is in your path or blocking your path to mean that it is preventing you from doing or achieving what you want. The Church of England put a serious obstacle in the path of women who want to become priests. = way
path
On the World Wide Web, the sequence of directories leading to an Internet document When dissecting a URL, the path is the part of the address following the protocol and domain name It may consist of any number of directories and a file name An explanation of relative addressing is available at http: //www webteacher org/winnet/navigate/path html
path
A path that you take is a particular course of action or way of achieving something. The opposition appear to have chosen the path of cooperation rather than confrontation = road, route
path
A way, course, or track, in which anything moves or has moved; route; passage; an established way; as, the path of a meteor, of a caravan, of a storm, of a pestilence
path
Programs on Advanced Technology for the Highway; more recently referred to as Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways A California state-wide program of IVHS research, development, testing, and evaluation, sponsored by the California DOT
path
The portion of a URL that identifies the folders containing a file For example, in the URL http: //example microsoft com/hello/world/top htm, the path is /hello/world/
path
This is the route of the meteor through the atmosphere when projected against the star background (cf trajectory)
path
A sequence of pairwise victories such that the winner of each victory after the first is the same alternative as the loser in the previous Example A > B, B>C, C>D
path
The slash-separated list of components that forms the name uniquely identifying an element of an HDF5 file
path
(Ticaret) A series of connected events, nodes or resources that indicates the links, direction of data flow, timing dependencies and positions of those items
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