listen to the pronunciation of realm
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} alan: This is not within the realm of possibility. Bunun imkânı yok. realm of authority yetki alanı. 4
(Bilgisayar) erişim alanı
(Bilgisayar) yetki alanı

Son zamanlarda, bilgisayar kullanımında artan çeşitlilik, ofis alanlarının çok ötesine uzandı. - Recently, the increasing diversity of computer use has extended far beyond the realms of the office.


Kralın ülkesi bir ejderha tarafından terörize edildi. - The king's realm was terrorized by a dragon.

the realm of fancy hayal âlemi
{i} diyar
{i} ülke, memleket
{i} alem
realm of rumor
(deyim) Fısıltı gazetesi

There would be a war between USA and Japan, belonged to a realm of rumor in 1941.

realm of existence
(Felsefe) varlık alanı
realm of freedom
özgürlük alanlı
realm of freedom
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) özgürlük alanlı (marx)
realm of necessity
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) zorunluluk alanı (marx)
realm of necessity
zorunluluk alanı
economic realm
ekonomi alanı
intermediate realm
(Din) Berzah
public realm
realm of
realm of
unknown realm
(Bilgisayar) bilinmeyen erişim alanı
İngilizce - İngilizce
The domain of a certain abstraction

One thing more which the scientific man does is to accord primacy to that realm of truth which is primary in importance.

An abstract sphere of influence, real or imagined

At home in Moscow, Mikhail Sergeyevitch Gorbachev, who had launched a campaign to rejuvenate the Soviet realm.

A territory or state, as ruled by a specific power, and particularly those territories ruled by a king

Then seeing his life was threatened he fled the realm and crossed over to Flanders,.

{n} a state, kingdom, kingly government
Hence, in general, province; region; country; domain; department; division; as, the realm of fancy
the collection of all information devices sharing a common channel specification
A group of users and groups assigned by an authentication scheme to regulate access to specific files or directories
noun [George Olshevsky] - A hyperplane of three dimensions; 4d analog of point in 1d, line in 2d, and plane in 3d A realm intersects 4d space into two parts, just as a plane intersects 3d space into two parts
A realm is a country that has a king or queen. Defence of the realm is crucial
If you say that something is not beyond the realms of possibility, you mean that it is possible. A fall of 50 per cent or more on prices is not beyond the realms of possibility
(InterConnect User's Guide)
A set of hosts that share the same Kerberos database
One of the three types of "place" Underhill A Realm is the domain of a Lord, and is made up of Liths See Underhill Geography
A kingdom (now mainly in Law); a territory or state, as ruled by a specific power
A database of users, groups, and access control lists Used to specify which users have access to the resources of a specific service (for example, to the Web Page Service)
the name (in all uppercase) of the logical network served by a single Kerberos database and a number of Key Distribution Centers Kerberos domains are often similar to DNS domains (such as the Kerberos realm "UPENN EDU" and the DNS domain "upenn edu"), but they are not technically related to eachother
A term sometimes used for domain, in this case to refer to user domains established for security reasons, not Internet domains For password-protected files, the name of the protected resource or area on the server If the user tries to access the protected resource while browsing, the name of the realm usually appears in the dialog box that asks for a user name and password
~ Another word for Dimension, Kingdom or Layer
A set of hosts that share the same Kerberos /k database
An artificial administrative boundary that uses one set of kerberos authentication servers to manage and deploy a single set of unique identifiers  A realm is a unique login space
{i} kingdom; domain, sphere; region, area
A term used in HTTP and proxy access authorization that helps the user identify which part of the system is requesting an HTTP or proxy user name and password
the domain ruled by a king or queen
A royal jurisdiction or domain; a region which is under the dominion of a king; a kingdom
a domain in which something is dominant; "the untroubled kingdom of reason"; "a land of make-believe"; "the rise of the realm of cotton in the south"
You can use realm to refer to any area of activity, interest, or thought. the realm of politics
In SD-UX security, the scope of the authority by which the principal is authenticated
A unique name given to each protected area on a server, whether it be a single document or an entire server
A logical sub division of a domain A web site may be split into realms, with access controlled to each realm of the web site
The authority that holds the identification and credentials for authenticating a user (P&M)
a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about; "it was a limited domain of discourse"; "here we enter the region of opinion"; "the realm of the occult"
a region of the Earth that harbors similar groups of species based on a shared biogeographical history For example, while primates are found in many parts of the world, all monkeys found with prehensile tails are only found in the Neotropic realm The Earth is made up of eight realms
the logical network served by a single Kerberos database and a set of Key Distribution Centers By convention, realm names are generally all uppercase letters, to differentiate the realm from the internet domain
A realm is another reality on Earth Strictly speaking, a realm refers to the area on Earth that is under the influence of an alternate reality For example, The Nile Empire is a realm, not Terra, the world in which Nile Empire's reality originated Not to be confusing, but the Nile Empire can also be used to refer to Terra
A sphere of activity or influence; a field, domain or province
Commonwealth realm
A member state of the Commonwealth of Nations (as most former British colonial possessions) which is a realm (kingdom) in personal union with the United Kingdom, i.e. has the British Sovereign as its 'shared' head of state, which is usally represented in its capital by a governor general
Middle realm
A dimension of awareness after death
capital of the realm
capital city of a kingdom
coin of the realm
type of currency used by a particular country
peer of the realm
In Britain, a peer of the realm is a member of the nobility who has the right to sit in the House of Lords
peer of the realm
a peer who is entitled to sit in the House of Lords
public realm
Publicly owned streets, sidewalks, rights-of-ways, parks and other publicly accessible open spaces, and public and civic buildings and facilities
public realm
The parts of a village, town or city (whether publicly or privately owned) that are available, without charge, for everyone to use or see, including streets, squares and parks Also called public domain
public realm
An area of public activity and interest
plural of realm