publish

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} yayınlamak

Kitabımı yayınlamak zorundayım. - I have to publish my book.

Dan bir kitap yayınlamak istedi. - Dan wanted to publish a book.

yayımlamak

Dan bilimsel makalelerini yayımlamak için baskı altındaydı. - Dan was under pressure to publish his scientific articles.

{f} basmak
yayımlatmak
açık etmek
(Bilgisayar) sunucuda
herkese yaymak
yayınla

Bu yerel gazete, haftada bir yayınlanır - This local newspaper is published once a week.

Senin kitabın ne zaman yayınlanacak? - When will your book be published?

{f} (kitap, dergi v.b.'ni) basmak/bastırmak
{f} yaymak
açıklamak
açığa vurmak
{f} ortaya dökmek
neşretmek
ifşa etmek
basıp yaymak
{f} duyurmak
söylemek
yayımla

Uyuşturucu ile ilgili suçlar konusunda Doyle'nin çalışmasında sunulan argüman bir beyaz kağıt olarak ilk kez yayımlandı. - The argument presented in Doyle's study was first published as a white paper on drug-related crimes.

1969 yılında yayımlandı. - It was published in 1969.

{f} kamuoyuna açıklamak
{f} çıkarmak
{f} ileri sürmek
{f} ilan etmek
bastırmak
publishing
yayıncılık

O iki yıldır bir yayıncılık şirketinde. - She has been with a publishing company for two years.

O yayıncılık şirketinin geliri yükseldi. - That publishing company is in the black.

publish to
(Bilgisayar) yayımla
publish a book
kitap yayınlamak
publish a newspaper
gazete çıkarmak
publish a periodical
(Basın) dergi çıkarmak
publish a report
rapor yayınlamak
publish a site
site yayınlamak
publish a tender
ihale yayınlamak
publish an article
makale yayınlamak
publish as
(Bilgisayar) farklı yayınla
publish as
(Bilgisayar) farklı yayımla
publish as
(Bilgisayar) yayımlama biçimi
publish crl
(Bilgisayar) crl yayımla
publish form
(Bilgisayar) formu yayımla
publish form as
(Bilgisayar) formu farklı yayımla
publish from
(Bilgisayar) yayımlama kaynağı
publish in
(Bilgisayar) yayımlama yeri
publish into a book
kitapta toplamak
publish into a book
kitaplaştırmak
publish into a book
kitap haline getirmek
publish it with ms word
(Bilgisayar) ms word ile yayınla
publish log
(Bilgisayar) yayım günlüğü
publish magazine
dergi çıkarmak
publish name
Yayım Adı
publish newspaper
gazete yayınlanmak
publish on
yayınlamak (internette)
publish on internet
internette yayınlamak
publish photo
fotoğraf yayınlamak
publish point
Yayım Noktası
publish starts
(Bilgisayar) yayım başlatma işlemleri
publish status
(Bilgisayar) yayımlama durumu
publish the banns
bir çiftin belirli bir tarihte evleneceklerini ilan etmek, nikâh kâğıtlarını askıya çıkarmak
publish the banns
nikâh kâğıtlarını asmak
publish the banns
evliliği ilân etmek
publish the banns
(isim)kâh kâğıtlarını asmak, evliliği ilân etmek
publish to web
(Bilgisayar) web'de yayımla
publish web
(Bilgisayar) web yayımla
publish web
(Bilgisayar) web'i yayımla
publish what?
(Bilgisayar) ne yayımlanacak?
publish wizard
Yayımlama Sihirbazı
published
yayınlanmış

Şimdiye kadar yayınlanmış tüm diyetleri denedim ama hala kilo kaybetmedim. - I have tried every diet that has ever been published and I still haven't lost weight.

publisher
editör

Bu derginin editörü ve yayıncısı bazı okuyucular tarafından eleştirildi. - The editor and publisher of this magazine was criticized by some readers.

Editör ve yayıncı benim kuzenimdir. - The editor and publisher is my cousin.

publisher
yayıncı kuruluş
publisher
yayınevi
publishers
yayınevleri
publishers
yayımcılar
publishing
(Bilgisayar) yayımlanıyor
publishing
(Kanun) neşretme
publishing
neşir
publishing
yayınlayarak
published
{f} bas

Her yıl bir sürü kitap basılır. - A lot of books are published every year.

Sonunda kitabı bastık. - We finally published the book.

published
yayımlanmak
published
(Bilgisayar) yayımlandı

Bu kitap, ölümünden sonra yayımlandı. - The book was published posthumously.

1969 yılında yayımlandı. - It was published in 1969.

Publishing
yayınlanması
published
basılan
publishing
yayınlama
self publish
herhangi kitabın yayın evi tarafından değil yazarın ya da hak sahibinin kendi imkanları ile yayınlanmasıdır
publisher
{i} yayımcı

Hem editör hem de yayımcı benim kuzenlerim. - The editor and the publisher are both my cousins.

Lütfen yayımcıdan kitabın bir kopyasını sipariş eder misin? - Will you please order a copy of the book from the publisher?

publisher
naşir
publisher
basımcı
publisher
yaymevi
publisher
yayıncı,yayınevi
publishing
yayım
publishing
yayımcılık
publishing
yayımla
publishing
yayın

Dan yayın evinden iki tane kitap sipariş etti. - Dan ordered two books from the publishing house.

O yayıncılık şirketinin geliri yükseldi. - That publishing company is in the black.

publishing
{f} bas: prep.yayınlayarak,yayıncılık
web publish
(Bilgisayar) web yayını
İngilizce - İngilizce
: To announce to the public
: To issue a medium (e.g. publication)
: To issue something (usually printed work) for sale and distribution
{f} produce and distribute printed material; make publicly known, advertise
{v} to make known, declare, set forth
To make public; to make known to mankind, or to people in general; to divulge, as a private transaction; to promulgate or proclaim, as a law or an edict
In FrontPage lingo, publish is synonymous with transferring files to a remote server Contrary to F T P , FrontPage uses port 80 to transfer files from a local computer to a remote computer
The process of copying to and rebuilding on a UNIX system an application developed on Net Express The UNIX Option enables you to publish applications on UNIX systems
have one's edited webpage issued for publication on the network server
When the people in charge of a newspaper or magazine publish a piece of writing or a photograph, they print it in their newspaper or magazine. The ban was imposed after the magazine published an article satirising the government I don't encourage people to take photographs like this without permission, but by law we can publish
have (one's written work) issued for publication; "How many books did Georges Simenon write?"; "She published 25 books during her long career"
To transfer an application to the server and then deploy it (See transfer and deploy )
To issue something (usually printed work) for sale and distribution
The act of initiating the transfer of a file The most critical part of sending files is the publishing process Once a file is successfully published, both sender and recipient can view the progress of the file during its Active state You can afterwards determine the outcome of a file through the Inventory or your File History No records are kept if a file is not successfully published
To make a Web page available to the World Wide Web community at large
To move your web pages from Front Page 2000 to your web host, making it available to other people surfing the world wide web (www)
the process of disseminating your profile information to the public In Profile Update, profile information is published after you click Publish If your profile existed previously, changes are published immediately on FindLaw and within 24 hours on Westlaw If your profile is new, it is published within two business days
To announce to the public
To make known by posting, or by reading in a church; as, to publish banns of marriage
have (one's written work) issued for publication; "How many books did Georges Simenon write?"; "She published 25 books during her long career
When talking about the Internet, this means to put a web page up so that people can read it
v (1) To officially release to the public a document on the W3C Web Site "Technical Recommendations" area (2) To make any informal release of a document on the W3C Web Site
If someone publishes a book or an article that they have written, they arrange to have it published. John Lennon found time to publish two books of his humorous prose
The process of placing your pages on the World Wide Web or the Intranet
To send an ITT to the marketplace or a Bid to a Shipper
"Publish" for our purposes will reference making your FrontPage Web available for viewing by other people via the internet, except where you publish the FrontPage Web to a local server
To send forth, as a book, newspaper, musical piece, or other printed work, either for sale or for general distribution; to print, and issue from the press
Copy files created using a web authoring tool to VM
prepare and issue for public distribution or sale; "publish a magazine or newspaper" have (one's written work) issued for publication; "How many books did Georges Simenon write?"; "She published 25 books during her long career
prepare and issue for public distribution or sale; "publish a magazine or newspaper"
To publish is the action of declaring parameters and servicesers
When you make your pages public to other people browsing the Web, you are "publishing" those pages With AOLpress, publishing is about as easy as saving a file with a word processor
The process of making your FrontPage web public on the World Wide Web or an intranet
put into print; "The newspaper published the news of the royal couple's divorce"; "These news should not be printed"
To utter, or put into circulation; as, to publish counterfeit paper
To make a Web page and make it available on the Internet
To issue a publication
Before a portfolio is published, it is viewable only by the owner, assistants, and the participants Once the participant publishes a portfolio, it can be viewed by all who have access to the Internet, provided they know the URL A portfolio can be published even when it is submitted to the project owner
To make information available and distribute it to the public
The process of making a web public on the World Wide Web or an intranet by copying all of its pages and files to the Web server connected to the Internet or the local area network
When a company publishes a book or magazine, it prints copies of it, which are sent to shops to be sold. They publish reference books His latest book of poetry will be published by Faber in May
To post Web pages on the college's main server
The process of making your FrontPage web public on the World Wide Web or an intranet You publish your FrontPage web using the FrontPage Explorer
If you publish information or an opinion, you make it known to the public by having it printed in a newspaper, magazine, or official document. The demonstrators called on the government to publish a list of registered voters
To upload your Web pages to a Web server, thus making them available to others across the Web
- In order for StarQuests to be usable and findable on StargazerNET, they must be published   Publishing a StarQuest involves identifying which categories or "shelves" the StarQuest should be associated with in the Library
publishing
The industry of publishing, including the production and distribution of books, magazines, web sites, newspapers, etc
publisher
{n} one who publishes or puts out a book
Published
divulgate
publishable
Capable of being published; suitable for publication
publishable
{s} (about printed material) can be published, can be produced and distributed; suitable for publication, worthy of production and distribution
published
past of publish
published
New York : Columbia University Press, c1990
published
formally made public; "published accounts"
published
Is the same as a Public section, but the compiler generates also type information that is needed for automatic streaming of these classes Fields defined in a published section must be of class type Array peroperties cannot be in a published section
published
New York, N Y : Facts on File, c1988
published
January, 1999
published
Guilford, Conn : Dushkin Pub Group, c1986
published
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published
New York : Chapman and Hall, c1995
published
New York : Schirmer Books, 2000
published
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published
prepared and printed for distribution and sale; "the complete published works Dickens"
published
{s} (about printed material) produced and distributed; made publicly known, advertised
published
London, T Richards [1853]-1892
published
prepared and printed for distribution and sale; "the complete published works Dickens
published
Chicago, Ill : Glenlake Pub Co ; New York : AMACOM, c1998
published
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published
New York : Macmillan, c1984
published
This only needs explaining if it is being used in refrence to the internet It is like the publishing of a book A page on the internet needs to be published in order for it to be viewed
published
New York, The Century co ç1889
published
New York : Grove, 2001
published
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002
published
Oxford : The Clarendon Press, 1935
published
New York : Greenwood Press, 1989
published
New York : Wiley, c1993
published
Chicago, IL : Appraisal Institute, c2002
published
A publishing state Visible for members and non members; editable for owner and site management
published
New York, Dover Publications [1957]
published
Philadelphia, PA : Hanley & Belfus, 2001
published
Winnipeg, Man : Pemmican Publications, c1983
publisher
The person in charge, often the owner, of a publication It is their job to oversee the preparation and distribution of printed material for public sale such as books, magazines, and newspapers The also tend to set editorial policy, often with the aid of an editorial board
publisher
a person engaged in publishing periodicals or books or music
publisher
A company or individual who initiated and funded the production of the postcard They may or may not be the printer of the card Many postcards identify the publisher The publisher identification may be accompanied by a copyright date Other times it clearly states published by…Publishers can be identified by trademark logos, or even the style of the printed word postcard There may be names of printers or distributors on the backs of cards These should not be confused with the name of the publisher
publisher
A publisher is an entity which publishes parameter(s) and/or
publisher
the proprietor of a newspaper
publisher
The person, firm or corporate body responsible for the issuing to the public of a book or other printed material
publisher
the person, firm, or corporate body responsible for the issue of a book or other matter to the public R Reference collection: a collection of reference books and other materials in a library, useful for supplying authoritative information or identifying sources Kept together for convenience in providing information service, and generally not allowed to circulate
publisher
a k a web publisher, content provider, Netcaster Any individual who maintains a page on the World Wide Web
publisher
A publisher is a person or a company that publishes books, newspapers, or magazines. The publishers planned to produce the journal on a weekly basis. W3 a person or company whose business is to arrange the writing, production, and sale of books, newspapers etc
publisher
The persons or companies responsible for placing the book on the market A publisher and printer may be the same person or entity, although in modern publishing this is not usually the case
publisher
An individual or entity selling online advertising space, including portal media planners, Webmasters and other ad networks Publisher, web publisher, Webmaster and host are synonymous with respect to online advertising
publisher
The person, corportate body, or firm responsible for issuing printed material
publisher
The individual, corporation, society, etc responsible for the underwriting, editing, printing, and distribution of a work SEE ALSO Printer
publisher
One who publishes; as, a publisher of a book or magazine
publisher
n 1 The company or individual who finances and organizes the process of creating reproductions of original works of art for public showing and sale Usage Note: A publisher should not be confused with a printer, the company that actually create prints through offset technology, digital printmaking, etc
publisher
A software package produced by Microsoft for simple office and home publishing Publisher prints great to color ink jet printers, but until Publisher 2000 lacked the professional color separation capabilities of PageMaker and QuarkXPress Using Publisher 2000 we can perform color separations from your Publisher files; note, however, that there might be slight changes in files created with earlier versions of Publisher
publisher
Computer Currents Publishing Corp
publisher
The firm or corporation responsible for the manufacture and distribution of materials to the public
publisher
The Dublin Core element used to designate the entity responsible for making the resource available Examples of a Publisher include a person, an organization, or a service Typically, the name of a Publisher should be used to indicate the entity See section 4 of the Dublin Core Users Guide
publisher
A Published Original is the Original Painting that reproductions are made from Reproductions may include such things as Posters, Lithographs, Serigraphs, Giclees, Cibachromes and other Art forms
publisher
a firm in the publishing business a person engaged in publishing periodicals or books or music the proprietor of a newspaper
publisher
Person or corporate body that prepares and issues printed or nonprint material for public distribution or sale in the marketplace
publisher
The company which publishes material such as books
publisher
{i} person or company that produces and distributes printed material
publisher
The person or company responsible for the entire process of producing books This includes overseeing the writing, editing, design, production, printing and marketing of the book
publisher
One whose business is the publishing of reading material
publisher
the name of the individual or organization that published the data set
publisher
The association responsible for overseeing the printing and distribution of a print or series of prints
publisher
The component within the Octimal suite designed to handle the editing, previewing and subsequent publishing of business documents
publisher
The publisher has traditionally been an established company like "Penguin Books" or a university press like "Melbourne University Press", but may be an individual or an organisation Watch out for these foreign language words signifying "Press" or "Publisher" "Verlag" (German); "Casa Editrice" (Italy); "Editions" (France)
publisher
a firm in the publishing business
publisher
The sender of an event In the COM+ Events architecture, the publisher makes the method call to initiate an event See also COM+ Events, subscriber
publisher
One who publishes, especially books
publishers
plural of publisher
publishing
Publishing your work is writing a final copy that is ready to share with other people Your published piece should be in your neatest handwriting or printed on the computer The final step of the Writing Process
publishing
present participle of publish
publishing
The placing of information on a server to make it available to Net users
publishing
Copying provisioning information to an external datastore in real time Publishing plug-ins must be developed to write data to a datastore
publishing
Making information publicly available, usually through print media, but also through electronic media such as World Wide Web (WWW)
publishing
The industry concerned with publishing
publishing
Making resources available to network users
publishing
The act of placing a Report Object in production to make it available to Information Consumers with proper access to the report (see Report Object)
publishing
Publishing is the profession of publishing books. I had a very high-powered job in publishing. the business of producing books and magazines. Traditionally, the selection, preparation, and distribution of printed matter including books, newspapers, magazines, and pamphlets. Contemporary publishing includes the production of materials in digital formats such as CD-ROMs, as well as materials created or adapted for electronic distribution. Publishing has evolved from small, ancient, and law-or religion-bound origins into a vast industry that disseminates every kind of information imaginable. In the modern sense of a copying industry supplying a lay readership, publishing began in Hellenistic Greece, in Rome, and in China. After paper reached the West from China in the 11th century, the central innovation in Western publishing was Johannes Gutenberg's invention of movable type. In the 19th and 20th centuries, technological advances, the rise of literacy and leisure, and ever-increasing information needs contributed to an unprecedented expansion of publishing. Contemporary challenges in publishing include attempts at censorship, copyright laws and plagiarism, royalties for authors and commissions for literary agents, competitive marketing techniques, pressures from advertisers affecting editorial independence, acquisition of independent publishing concerns by conglomerates, and the loss of readers to other media such as television and the Internet
publishing
{i} process of producing and distributing printed material; business of publishing
publishing
the business of publishing
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