predict

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İngilizce - Türkçe
öngörmek
{f} önceden haber vermek
tahmin et

Tom sonuçları tahmin etmeye çalıştı. - Tom attempted to predict the results.

Olaylar tam onun tahmin ettiği gibi meydana geldi. - The events unfolded just as she predicted.

-e dair kehanette bulunmak
öngörüde bulunmak
önceden bildirmek
önceden haber verme
predictionkehanet
bir şeyin vukuunu önceden haber vermek
{f} önceden söylemek: That economist predicted the present recession. O ekonomist şimdiki durgunluğun olacağını önceden söylemişti
{f} kehanette bulunmak
tahmin etmek

Depremi önceden tahmin etmek gerçekten mümkün mü? - Is it really possible to predict an earthquake?

Havanın yarın nasıl olacağını tahmin etmek zor. - It's hard to predict what the weather will be like tomorrow.

(İnşaat) kestirmek
önceden söylemek
haber vermek
önceden sezme
prediction
tahmin

Bize sürpriz oldu, onun tahmini gerçekleşti. - To our surprise, her prediction came true.

Tom'un tahmini doğruydu. - Tom's prediction was correct.

predict failure
(Bilgisayar) hatayı tahmin et
predict the future
ileriyi görmek
predictable
önceden kestirilebilir
prediction
kehanet

Onun kehanetleri gerçek oldu. - Her predictions have come true.

Ne garip, onun kehaneti gerçekleşti. - Strange to say, his prediction has come true.

prediction
öngörü

Ne tuhaf, onun öngörüsü gerçekleşti. - Strange to say, his prediction has come true.

Çoğu öngörü başarısız. - Many predictions fail.

predictability
tahmin edilebilirlik
predictable
tahmin edilebilir

O sonuç tahmin edilebilirdi. - That result was predictable.

Tom tahmin edilebilir oldu. - Tom has become predictable.

predicted
tahmin edilen

İkinci çeyrek GSMH büyüme tahmin edilenden daha yüksekti. - The second quarter GNP growth was higher than predicted.

Ulusal Eğitim Bilgi Merkezi Mesleği bırakan öğretmenler geri döndüklerinden dolayı tahmin edilen bir öğretmen açığının sonuç vermeyeceğini söylüyor. - The National Center for Education Information says a predicted teacher shortage won't pan out because teachers who left the profession are returning.

predictor
kâhin
prediction
öndeyi
predicting
önceden haber verme
prediction
(Ticaret) geleceğe yönelik tahmin
prediction
kehanette bulunmak
prediction
(Dilbilim) kestirme
prediction
kestirim
prediction
(Politika, Siyaset) beklenti
predictive
(Tıp) öngörü değeri
predictor
(Dilbilim) kestirici
predictor
(Tıp) öngörücü
predictor
(Tıp) prediktör
predictor
(Tıp) öngördürücü
predictability
tahmin edebilme
predictable
önceden bildirilebilir
predicted
{f} tahmin et

Tam Mary'nin tahmin ettiği gibi Tom geç kalmıştı. - Tom was late, just like Mary predicted.

O, onun kazanacağını tahmin etti. - He predicted she would win.

predictive
kestirimci
Predictable
öngörülebilir
over-predict
fazla tahmin etmek
predicted
tahmin edilmiş
predicted
öngörüşlü
prediction
öngörme
predicts
tahmin
third person singular of predict
üçüncü kişinin tekil tahmin
to predict
tahmin etmek
prediction
önceden haber verme
prediction
(Askeri) ÖNCEDEN HESAPLAMA: Hareket halindeki bir hedefin belirli bir anda bulunacağı yeri tayin
prediction
kestiri
predictive
tahmin edici
predictively
tahmin ederek
predictor
uçaksavar atış noktasını belirleyen alet
predictor
(Askeri) KOMUTA ALETİ: Hareket halindeki bir hedefin ilerde bulunacağı muhtemel mevkii, belirli bir noktaya nazaran istikamet ve yükseliş bakımından tespite yarayan ve bir noktalama masasıyla birlikte kullanılan alet. Buna (prediction mechanism) de denir
to predict
önceden bildirmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
to foretell, foresee or prophesy
to state, or make something known in advance, especially using inference or special knowledge
to foretell
Suggest what may happen based on available information
{v} to foretel, prophesy, foreshow
To tell beforehand
{f} prophesy, foretell, announce in advance
A prediction
indicate by signs; "These signs bode bad news"
make a prediction about; tell in advance; "Call the outcome of an election
to foretell or prophesy
make a prediction about; tell in advance; "Call the outcome of an election"
To tell or declare beforehand; to foretell; to prophesy; to presage; as, to predict misfortune; to predict the return of a comet
is used by the MeasurementModel to create a new MeasurementSet using a SourceModel and another MeasurementSet as a paraform of where to sample the data
If you predict an event, you say that it will happen. The latest opinion polls are predicting a very close contest He predicted that my hair would grow back `in no time' It's hard to predict how a jury will react `The war will continue another two or three years,' he predicted. to say that something will happen, before it happens prediction (past participle of praedicere )
Predict changes in developmental phenomena
predictable
able to be predicted
predicted
Simple past tense and past participle of predict
predictive
Useful in predicting

The amount of rain in April is predictive of the number of mosquitoes in May.

predictor
Something that anticipates, predicts or foretells

The predictor in the traffic lights control circuit tries to figure out how fast to change the lights.

prediction
a prophecy
to predict
augur
to predict
foretell
to predict
forecast
prediction
To be able to predict future events before they occur
prediction
{n} a foretelling, prophesy, tocken
predictive
{a} foretelling, having power to predict
predictor
{n} one who foretels or prophesies
Predictive
predictory
To predict
prophesy
predictability
The characteristic of being predictable
predictability
the quality of being predictable
predictability
{i} ability to be predicted, ability to be forecast, ability to be prophesied
predictable
If you say that an event is predictable, you mean that it is obvious in advance that it will happen. This was a predictable reaction, given the bitter hostility between the two countries unpredictable + predictably pre·dict·ably His article is, predictably, a scathing attack on capitalism + predictability pre·dict·abil·ity Your mother values the predictability of your Sunday calls. if something or someone is predictable, you know what will happen or what they will do - sometimes used to show disapproval
predictable
possible to foretell
predictable
That may be predicted
predictable
{s} able to be predicted, can be prophesied, can be foretold
predicted
That which has been foretold
predicted
past of predict
predicted
{s} prophesied, forecast, foretold, announced in advance
predicted
known beforehand
predicting
to tell what one thinks will happen in the future
predicting
Anticipating what is coming next as you read
predicting
suggesting what will occur in the future; based on observations, measurements, and inferences about relationships between or among observed variables; speculation of what will happen based on past experiences; accuracy of a prediction is affected by the accuracy of the observation; conjecture about how a particular system will behave, followed by observations to determine if the system did behave as expected within a specified range of situations
predicting
present participle of predict
predicting
Anticipating the outcome of a situation
predicting
Using the context of one or more sentences to identify an unknown word
prediction
{i} prognostication, divination; prophecy, soothsaying; forecasting, act of foretelling
prediction
foretelling
prediction
A learning strategy that involves taking information gained from listening or reading, identifying questions that emerge, and then guessing the answers before the answers are apparent Prediction can facilitate understanding and remembering
prediction
If you make a prediction about something, you say what you think will happen. He was unwilling to make a prediction about which books would sell in the coming year Weather prediction has never been a perfect science. a statement about what you think is going to happen, or the act of making this statement prediction of
prediction
The explanation of an event that has not yet occurred by reference to observed regularities in the natural world Recommended Reading: Wesley C Salmon, Causality and Explanation (Oxford, 1997) {at Amazon com}; Peter Spirtes, Clark Glymour, and Richard Scheines, Causation, Prediction, and Search (MIT, 2001) {at Amazon com}; Judea Pearl, Causality: Models, Reasoning, and Inference (Cambridge, 2001) {at Amazon com}; and Karl Raimund Popper, Conjectures and Refutations: The Growth of Scientific Knowledge (Routledge, 1992) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP and noesis
prediction
A scientific model to explain what happens, and why it happens
prediction
Using computer models to forecast an occurrence, eg the weather or what is likely if a pilot makes an error
prediction
the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future) a statement made about the future
prediction
1 the act of predicting 2 an instance of this; something predicted; prophecy
prediction
Prediction is defined as Use of a CFD model to foretell the state of a physical system under conditions for which the CFD model has not been validated (AIAA G-077-1998)
prediction
of tides: The mathematical process in which the values of the basic harmonic constituents for a given location are projected into the future, and their amplitudes added for any given time to obtain the predicted tidal height; nowadays performed mostly by computers; mechanical tide predicting machines having been used frequently in the past See also Fourier series
prediction
A specific statement about a future condition Usually made by non-experts (who would like to add qualifications or ranges) An example would be "who is going to win the football game this week"
prediction
The act of foretelling; also, that which is foretold; prophecy
prediction
The value of the payoff that a classifier calculates it will receive
prediction
Forecast or extrapolation of the future state of a system from current or past states
prediction
The prediction of one variable (Y) on the basis of one or more predictor variables (Xi)
prediction
A statement of what will happen in the future
prediction
a statement made about the future
prediction
An indication in advance based on observation, experience, or scientific reason (A state in advance as to what one believes will happen, a foretelling )
prediction
A projection in advance of an event based on observation, experience, or scientific reason
prediction
the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future)
predictions
plural of prediction
predictive
Foretelling; prophetic; foreboding
predictive
Describing a predictor
predictive
{s} predicting, forecasting; prophetic, telling of future events; of forecasting; of prophesying
predictive
of or relating to prediction; having value for making predictions
predictive
(Ticaret) A rule or measurement system that projects a future status before it occurs, based on predefined trends, warning signals or the use of a knowledge base that incorporates past behavior
predictive
You use predictive to describe something such as a test, science, or theory that is concerned with determining what will happen in the future. the predictive branch of economics. relating to the ability to show what is going to happen in the future
predictively
In the manner of something that attempts or succeeds in predicting, anticipating or expecting
predictively
prophetically, while predicting, while foretelling, while soothsaying
predictor
information that supports a probabilistic estimate of future events; "the weekly bulletin contains several predictors of mutual fund performance"
predictor
a computer for controlling antiaircraft fire that computes the position of an aircraft at the instant of a shell's arrival
predictor
a computer for controlling antiaircraft fire that computes the position of an aircraft at the instant of a shell's arrival information that supports a probabilistic estimate of future events; "the weekly bulletin contains several predictors of mutual fund performance
predictor
You can refer to something that helps you predict something that will happen in the future as a predictor of that thing. Opinion polls are an unreliable predictor of election outcomes = indication. something that shows what will happen in the future predictor of
predictor
someone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge)
predictor
{i} prophet, forecaster, foreteller; seer, soothsayer, one who predicts the future
predictor
One who predicts; a foreteller
predictors
plural of predictor
predicts
third person singular of predict
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