ram

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İngilizce - Türkçe
Koç

Polis kapıyı kırmak için koçbaşı kullandı. - The police used a battering ram to break down the door.

SWAT ekibi koçbaşı ile ön kapıyı kırdı. - The SWAT team broke down the front door with a battering ram.

{f} çarpmak
{f} zorla tıkmak
{f} çakmak
ram
bastırmak
(eskiden kale kapılarını kırmakta kullanılan) kütük
şiddetle çarpmak
toslamak
tokmak
şahmerdan
(Elektrik, Elektronik) (Random Access Memory = Rastlantısal Erişim Hafızası) Bilgisayarlarda kullanılan hafıza cipi
(Mühendislik) şahmerdan tokmağı, pres kütüğü
i., kıs. Random-Access Memory
(Askeri) artırılmış açı işareti; rasgele erişimli bellek (raised angle marker; random access memory)
{i} su mengenesi
{i} mancınık
{i} gemi mahmuzu
{i} koç burcu [(Astronomi) ]
{i} koç [(Astronomi) ]
{i} koç takımyıldızı [(Astronomi) ]
i., astrol. Koç burcu
{f} vurmak
{i} (Zooloji) koç
doldurmak sokmak
{f} sokmak
{f} çok kuvvetle vurmak
{f} doldurmak (silah)
{i} mak. şahmerdan
mahmuz ile çarpmak
(Nükleer Bilimler) çıkma,tırmanma,yokuş
koç burcu
{f} mahmuz ile çarpmak (gemi)
(Askeri) SÜRMEK: Yerine oturtmak üzere itmek; bir mermiyi topun namlusuna yerleştirmek
koç takımyıldızı
(Mekanik) pres kütüğü
bindirmek
(Askeri) zırhlı mahmuzu
toz sereni
ram drive
(Bilgisayar) ram sürücü
ram drive
(Bilgisayar) ram sürücüsü
ram down sb's throat
kafasına dank ettirmek
ram in
tokmaklamak
ram jet
dinamik tazyikli jet motoru
ram jet airplane
tepkili jet uçağı
ram down
ram aşağı
ram into
Şiddetle çarpmak
ram jet engine
dinamik tazyikli jet motoru
ram latin into his head
başını içine ram latin
ram makinesi
(Bilgisayar) Ram machine
ram rod
ram çubuk
ram s.o./s.t. down s.o.´s throat
k. dili birine birini/bir şeyi zorla kabul ettirmek
ram something down someone's throat
(deyim) Birine bir şeyi dayatmak, birine bir şeyi zorla kabul ettirmek

He's a committed Christian but he doesn't ram it down your throat.

ram st. down so.'s throat
ram st. aşağı öyle. 'boğaz s
ram sth down sb's throat
kafasına dank ettirmek
ram up
kadar ram
ram cache
RAM önbellek
ram disk
RAM disk
ram induction
(Otomotiv) ram girişi
ram s.o./s.t. down
{k} birine birini/bir şeyi zorla kabul ettirmek
ram smth. down smb.'s throat
ısrarla kabul ettirmeye çalışmak
ram smth. down smb.'s throat
zorla kabul ettirmek
battering ram
koç başlı kütük
installed ram
(Bilgisayar) yüklü ram
battering-ram
şahmerdan
dynamic ram
dinamik ram
hydraulic ram
su koçu
rammer
tokmak
static ram
statik ram
the Ram
Koç burcu
castrated ram
kastrasyon ram
rams
koç başı
the Ram
Koç (burcu)
the ram
ram
wether, castrated ram
hava, kastrasyon ram
battering ram
şahmerdan
coke ram
(Endüstri) ocak boşaltıcı
rammer
şahmerdan
rammer
(Askeri) MERMİ ÇIKARACAĞI: Patlamamış mermileri bir topun namlusundan çıkarmak için kullanılan alet
terminate and stay resident prog ram
bitince yerleşik kalan
total ram
(Bilgisayar) tüm ram
total ram in use
(Bilgisayar) kullanılan toplam bellek
total ram in use
(Bilgisayar) kullanılan toplam bellek ram
total ram in use
Kullanılan toplam bellek (RAM)
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. İtaat eden, boyun eğen, itaatli, münkad
Boyun eğen, kendini başkasının buyruğuna bırakan
Kumaşların aprelenmesinde kullanılan makine
Bilgisayarda erişilebilir bellek
Amerikan iç savaşı sırasında bazı Amerikan savaş gemilerini koruyan madeni kalkan
Tekstilde germe kurutma makinesine verilen ad
Kurutma, finiş makinesi
Boyun eğme, uyma, itaat etme
Zerdüşt dini takviminde ayın 21. günü
Silinebilen Bellek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) boyun eğme, itaat etme
ram etmek
Boyun eğdirmek, itaat ettirmek

İlk defa huzuruna çıkan herhangi bir kadını derhâl sersemletiyor, iradesini elinden alıp kendine ram ediveriyordu.- E. E. Talu.

ram olmak
Boyun eğmek, itaat etmek

Onun şekillerine ve anatomisine ram olmayı kendime bir zillet addederim.- Y. K. Karaosmanoğlu.

İngilizce - İngilizce
responsibility assignment matrix
random access memory
radar absorbant material, a material absorbant to radar
reliability availability maintainability
Another name for the constellation Aries
someone connected with Derby County Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
To intentionally collide with (a ship) with the intention of damaging or sinking it
A warship intended to sink other ships by ramming them
A piston powered by hydraulic pressure
A male sheep
A battering ram; a heavy object used for breaking through doors
To strike (something) hard, especially with an implement

After placing the cartridge in the musket, ram it down securely with the ramrod.

{i} volatile computer memory that can be accessed in any order, memory that temporarily stores data which is currently in use, most common type of computer memory (Computers)
A ram is an adult male sheep. see also battering ram
material that changes radar waves into small electromagnetic fields and reduces the radar image
If a vehicle rams something such as another vehicle, it crashes into it with a lot of force, usually deliberately. The thieves fled, ramming the policeman's car
RAM is the part of a computer in which information is stored while you are using it. RAM is an abbreviation for `Random Access Memory'. a PC with 256k RAM minimum
If you ram something somewhere, you push it there with great force. He rammed the key into the lock and kicked the front door open
If something rams home a message or a point, it makes it clear in a way that is very forceful and that people are likely to listen to. The report by Marks & Spencer's chairman will ram this point home to ram something down someone's throat: see throat. A memory device in which information can be accessed in any order. random access memory the part of a computer that acts as a temporary store for information so that it can be used immediately ROM. in full random-access memory Computer main memory in which specific contents can be accessed (read or written) directly by the CPU in a very short time regardless of the sequence (and hence location) in which they were recorded. Two types of memory are possible with random-access circuits, static RAM (SRAM) and dynamic RAM (DRAM). A single memory chip is made up of several million memory cells. In a SRAM chip, each memory cell stores a binary digit (1 or 0) for as long as power is supplied. In a DRAM chip, the charge on individual memory cells must be refreshed periodically in order to retain data. Because it has fewer components, DRAM requires less chip area than SRAM; hence a DRAM chip can hold more memory, though its access time is slower. Projection fixed to the front end of a fighting vessel and designed to damage enemy ships struck by it. It may have been developed by the Egyptians as early as 1200 BC, but it was most commonly used on Phoenician, Greek, and Roman galleys. It was briefly revived in the mid-19th century, notably in the American Civil War, when rams mounted on armored, steam-driven warships were used effectively against wooden sailing ships. Improvements in naval weaponry and the spread of metal-hulled ships soon made it obsolete again. See also battering ram. battering ram Roy Ram Mohun rammed earth
{i} male first name (Hebrew)
Random Access Memory is temporary memory that your computer uses to store information Text copied to the "clipboard" is stored in RAM until it is replaced by new information or the computer is turned off
Random Access Memory The main system memory in a computer, used for the OS, application programs, and data
An engine of war used for butting or battering
{f} break force or crush with a battering ram
A heavy steel or iron beak attached to the prow of a steam war vessel for piercing or cutting down the vessel of an enemy; also, a vessel carrying such a beak
Aries, the sign of the zodiac which the sun enters about the 21st of March
the most common computer memory which can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks while the computer is on; an integrated circuit memory chip allows information to be stored or accessed in any order and all storage locations are equally accessible
uncastrated adult male sheep; "a British term is `tup'" a tool for driving or forcing something by impact strike or drive against with a heavy impact; "ram the gate with a sledgehammer"; "pound on the door
(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Aries
Acronym for random access memory, which is semiconductor-based memory that can be read and written by the central processing unit (CPU) or other hardware devices
Random Access Memory The place in a computer where the operating system, application programs, and data in current use are kept temporarily so that they can be quickly reached by the computer's processor
Random Access Memory; the amount of memory available for use by programs on a computer Also referred to as "main memory" Example: A computer with 8 MB RAM has approximately 8 million bytes of memory available Contrast to ROM (read-only memory) that is used to store programs that start your computer and do diagnostics
Random access memory A data storage device for which the order of access to different locations does not affect the speed of access, except for bursts Data is typically stored in RAM temporarily for use by the process or while the computer is operating FPM, EDO, SDRAM, DDR, etc are all types of RAM
The constellation Aries, which does not now, as formerly, occupy the sign of the same name
To fill or compact by pounding or driving
Random Access Memory, also called Read/Write memory Information in RAM is said to be "volatile"; it is present only as long as the chips have power supplied to them When the power is cut off, all information disappears
A heavy object used for breaking down doors
Random Access Memory is the temporary memory a computer uses to store data and process information The more RAM a computer has, the more data a computer can manipulate The contents of RAM are cleared when you turn off the computer
In some parts of England a ram is called a tup
In ancient warfare, a long beam suspended by slings in a framework, and used for battering the walls of cities; a battering-ram
The male of the sheep and allied animals
Random Access Memory The physical semiconductor-based memory in a computer
force into or from an action or state, either physically or metaphorically; "She rammed her mind into focus"; "He drives me mad"
Random Access Memory; a type of read/write memory
Random Access Memory: The memory a computer needs to store the information it is processing at any given time It is short-term memory and is lost when the power is shut off See also: ROM
See under Hydraulic
strike or drive against with a heavy impact; "ram the gate with a sledgehammer"; "pound on the door"
uncastrated adult male sheep; "a British term is `tup'"
Random Access Memory The art of a computer's memo to which the user has access
An acronym for Random Access Memory, same as memory The user can retrieve and alter contents of RAM
Random Access Memory A memory that may be written to or read from any address location in any sequence Random access in the sense of providing access to any storage location in the memory See DRAM and SRAM
crowd or pack to capacity; "the theater was jampacked"
(Random Access Memory) - The working memory of a computer where data and programs are temporarily stored RAM only holds information when the computer is on
Random Access Memory The most common type of computer memory; where the CPU stores software, programs, and data currently being used RAM is usually volatile memory, meaning that when the computer is turned off, crashes, or loses power, the contents of the memory are lost A large amount of RAM usually offers faster manipulation or faster background processing
Random Access Memory RAM is synonymous with the main memory in a computer It is the memory available to run programs For example, a computer with 8M of RAM has approximately 8 million bytes of memory that programs can use (Webopedia)
undergo damage or destruction on impact; "the plane crashed into the ocean"; "The car crashed into the lamp post"
Random-access memory Memory that a microprocessor can either read or write
The plunger of a hydraulic press
(Random Access Memory) The most common type of computer memory, which is used by the CPU to store software, programs, and data currently being used RAM is usually volatile memory, meaning that when the computer is turned off, crashes, or loses power, the contents of the memory are lost A large amount of RAM usually offers faster manipulation or faster background processing
(Random Access Memory)The system memory of a computer that is used for running an application and processing information, and for temporary storage
A hydraulic ram
Random Access Memory RAM is commonly considered synonymous with main memory (i e , the memory available to programs in use on a computer), but this is a simplification of the actual meaning Physically, RAM consists of memory chips or chip modules (e g , SIMMs or DIMMs) which attach to the computer's logic board Memory modules can continue to be added as long as open slots are available on the logic board
the first sign of the zodiac which the sun enters at the vernal equinox; the sun is in this sign from about March 21 to April 19
Random Access Memory Fast, short-term storageused by a computer RAM loses its contents when the computer is either switched off or when it is flushed by third party RAM management software
{i} male sheep; battering ram, heavy device used to crush or force something (such as a locked door)
a tool for driving or forcing something by impact
Random Access Memory Any data stored in this memory disappears when the computer is turned off
a tool for driving or forcing something by impact strike or drive against with a heavy impact; "ram the gate with a sledgehammer"; "pound on the door
The weight which strikes the blow, in a pile driver, steam hammer, stamp mill, or the like
(Random Access Memory) The part of a computer's memory available for loading user-selected software and data Resolution-Image quality of a printed page ROM-(Read Only Memory) The part of a computer that contains manufacturer's instructions Router-A piece of computer hardware/software that handles the connection between 2 or more networks
RAM disk
A virtual disk, implemented in software, that stores its contents in RAM
RAM disks
plural form of RAM disk
RAM pack
A hardware module containing RAM for use by another device

After preprogramming, the player can insert the RAM pack into the slot and push a button, and the instrument will load the information and set the registers.

ram cichlid
Mikrogeophagus ramirezi, a species of freshwater fish endemic to the Orinoco River basin
ram cichlids
plural form of ram cichlid
ram into
Crash violently against
ram machine
(Bilgisayar) In computer science, random access machine (RAM) is an abstract machine in the general class of register machines. The RAM is very similar to the counter machine but with the added capability of 'indirect addressing' of its registers. Like the counter machine the RAM has its instructions in the finite-state portion of the machine (the so-called Harvard architecture)
ram rise
(Havacılık) Heating due to compressibility
RAM digital-to-analog converter
VGA microchip that converts digital data to analog signals which can be displayed on a monitor, RAMDAC
RAM disk
part of the memory used to simulate a drive so that it is possible to access it like an actual drive
RAM drive
part of the memory used to simulate a drive so that it is possible to access it like an actual drive
Ram Mohun Roy
born May 22, 1772, Radhanagar, Bengal, India died Sept. 27, 1833, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Eng. Indian religious, social, and political reformer. Born to a prosperous Brahman family, he traveled widely in his youth, exposing himself to various cultures and developing unorthodox views of Hinduism. In 1803 he composed a tract denouncing India's religious divisions and superstitions and advocating a monotheistic Hinduism that would worship one supreme God. He provided modern translations of the Vedas and Upanishads to provide a philosophical basis for his beliefs, advocated freedom of speech and of religion, and denounced the caste system and suttee. In 1826 he founded the Vedanta College, and in 1828 he formed the Brahmo Samaj
ram disk
(computer science) a virtual drive that is created by setting aside part of the random-access memory to use as if it were a group of sectors; "access to a RAM disk is very fast but the data it contains is lost when the system is turned off
ram down
hammer in: teach by drills and repetition
ram down
ram: strike or drive against with a heavy impact; "ram the gate with a sledgehammer"; "pound on the door"
ram down one's throat
force to agree, force concurrence
ram one's head against the wall
be hard on oneself, "beat oneself up"; try and accomplish something that can't be done that only results in frustration
ram's horn
A shofar
ram's horn
wind instrument, horn, instrument used to created sounds
ram's-head
orchid of northern North America having a brownish-green flower and red-and-white lip suggestive of a ram's head
ram-raid
A ram-raid is the crime of using a car to drive into and break a shop window in order to steal things from the shop. A shop in Station Road was the target of a ram-raid early yesterday
ram-raid
If people ram-raid, they use a car to drive into and break a shop window in order to steal things from the shop. The kids who are joyriding and ram-raiding are unemployed. + ram-raider ram-raiders ram-raider Ram-raiders smashed their way into a high-class store
ram-raiding
the crime of driving a car into a shop window in order to steal goods from the shop
CC RAM
charge-coupled RAM cell
battering ram
This object borne as a charge in a coat of arms
battering ram
(also ram) A heavy object used by some peoples in history for battering down walls and gates before gunpowder was known to them
battering ram
A battering ram is a long heavy piece of wood that is used to knock down the locked doors of buildings. They got a battering ram to smash down the door. a long heavy piece of wood used in wars in the past to break through walls or doors. Medieval weapon consisting of a heavy timber with a metal knob or point at the front. Rams were used to beat down the gates or walls of a besieged city or castle. Usually suspended by ropes from the roof of a movable shed, the timber was swung back and forth by its operators so that it banged against the structure under siege. The shed's roof was covered with animal skins to protect the operators inside it from bombardment with stones or fiery materials
a ram
{n} tup
CMOS RAM
type of memory in which the computer's configurations are saved (Computers)
DVD RAM
(Computers) new double-sided rewriteable disk that was developed by the DVD consortium and can hold 2.6 gigabytes of data on each side (offers more storage capacity than the older CD-RW)
Video RAM
very high-speed random access memory used in high-quality video cards, VRAM memory (Computers)
battering ram
a ram used to break down doors of fortified buildings
battering ram
large hard tool used to beat in a locked door or wall
dynamic RAM
A memory chip that stores information as electrical charges in capacitors
rammed
past of ram
rammed
{s} extremely crowded, busy (e.g.: "the nightclub was rammed, we had no space for dancing")
rammer
A device used to ram, a ramrod
rammer
An instrument for driving anything with force; as, a rammer for driving stones or piles, or for beating the earth to more solidity A rod for forcing down the charge of a gun; a ramrod An implement for pounding the sand of a mold to render it compact
rammer
a tool for driving something with force
rammer
One who, or that which, rams or drives
rammer
One who rams
rammer
{i} person who rams; object or tool that rams
ramming
present participle of ram
rams
Third-person present tense of to ram
rams
Plural of ram
shadow RAM
memory above 640K which stores information from the Read Only Memory in order to enable fast access to the information (Computers)
static RAM
A type of RAM that is quicker than dynamic RAM and does not need to be refreshed. Because it is more expensive and holds less data than dynamic RAM, it is used primarily for cache memory
water ram
hydraulic ram
water ram
An hydraulic ram
ram