reflections

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Bilgisayar) yansıma
reflect
{f} yansıtmak

Bir günlük tutmak da bize günlük yaşantımızı yansıtmak için bize bir şans verir. - Keeping a diary also gives us a chance to reflect on our daily life.

Pitaya'nın ortak İngilizce adı dragon fruit birçok Asya dillerinde onun argo adını yansıtmaktadır. - The pitaya's common English name of dragon fruit reflects its vernacular name in many Asian languages.

reflection
yansıma

Camda yansımamı gördüm. - I saw my reflection in the window.

Tom aynada kendi yansımasını gördü. - Tom saw his reflection in the mirror.

reflect
{f} aksettirmek
reflection
{i} yankı
reflection
{i} refleks
reflect
düşünüp taşınmak
reflection
{i} yansıyan görüntü
reflection
akis
reflect
dile getirmek
reflect
ifade etmek
reflect
yansıma

Tom aynadaki yansımasına baktı. - Tom stared at his reflection in the mirror.

Camda yansımamı gördüm. - I saw my reflection in the window.

reflect
göstermek
reflect
belirtmek
reflect
(iyice) düşünmek
reflection
(Ticaret) benzeme
reflection
kınama
reflection
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim,Ticaret) yansıtma
reflection
(Tıp) refleksiyon
reflect
aksetmek
cast reflections on
hakkında kötü şeyler söylemek
cast reflections on
kötülemek
reflect
aksettirmik
reflect
yansıt

Çoğumuz ebeveynlerimiz ve büyük ebeveynlerimizden önemli ölçüde daha varlıklı olmamıza karşın, onu yansıtan mutluluk seviyeleri değişmemiştir. - While most of us are significantly better off financially than our parents and grandparents, happiness levels haven't changed to reflect that.

Gözlerin sesimin yankısını yansıtıyor. - Your eyes reflect the echo of my voice.

reflect
iyice düşünüp taşınmak
reflection
hayal
reflection
aksetme
reflection
derin düşünce
reflection
{i} etki
cast reflections on
hakkında kötü şeyler söylemek, kötülemek
reflect
yansit
reflect
akset
reflection
{i} kusur bulma
reflection
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Bir elektrik hattında oluşabilecek empedans uyumsuzluğu sonucunda bir miktar sinyalin (enerjinin) geri dönmesi, yansıması
abnormal reflections
anormal yansımalar (radyo)
multiple reflections
(Nükleer Bilimler) tekrarlı (seri) yansımalar
reflect
{f} düşünmek

Düşünmek için zaman ayırın. - Take the time to reflect.

Onu iyice düşünmek için biraz zamana ihtiyacım var. - I need a little time to reflect upon it.

reflect
reflect on kusurunu göstermek
reflect
{f} on/upon -i derinlemesine düşünmek
reflect
tefekkür etmek
reflect
ayna gibi hayalini göstermek
reflect
reflect düşün/yansıt
reflect
(Nükleer Bilimler) yansımak
reflect
netice olarak vermek
reflection
(Askeri) YANSIMA: İki ortamın enterfazından geri sapan enerji, temas yüzeyinin yapısına göre yansıma (doğrudan) veya difüz olabilir
reflection
{i} derinlemesine düşünme
reflection
düşünce/yansıma
reflection
Yansı

Tom aynada kendi yansımasını gördü. - Tom saw his reflection in the mirror.

Tom aynadaki yansımasına baktı. - Tom looked at his reflection in the mirror.

reflection
ayıplama
reflection
{i} düşünce, fikir
İngilizce - İngilizce
RF waves can reflect off of hills, buildings, moving cars, the atmosphere and basically almost anything in the RF transmission environment Reflections may vary in phase, polarization and strength from the original wave They are what allow radio waves to reach their targets around corners, buildings, etc RF transmissions bend around objects as a result of reflections
Unwanted signals (PSR or SSR) in the uplink and/or downlink paths resulting in erroneous replies entering the data processing system Typical reflectors are ground obstructions such as aircraft hangars, buildings, towers and adjacent hills or mountains
RF waves can reflect off of hills, buildings, moving cars, the atmosphere, and basically almost anything in the RF transmission environment The reflections may vary in phase and strength from the original wave Reflections are what allow radio waves to reach their targets around corners, behind buildings, under bridges, in parking garages, etc RF transmissions bend around objects as a result of reflections
Spurious signals on a DMX512 line caused by incorrect termination
plural of reflection
Are rays of light which strikes a surface and bounce back again Specular reflection occurs on even, polished surfaces; diffuse reflection occurs on uneven surfaces, when light scatters
reflect
To bend back (light, etc.) from a surface

A mirror reflects the light that shines on it.

reflect
To agree with; to closely follow

Entries in English dictionaries aim to reflect common usage.

reflect
To give evidence of someone's or something's character etc

With fresh material, taxonomic conclusions are leavened by recognition that the material examined reflects the site it occupied; a herbarium packet gives one only a small fraction of the data desirable for sound conclusions. Herbarium material does not, indeed, allow one to extrapolate safely: what you see is what you get.

reflect
To think seriously; to ponder or consider

Not for the first time, he reflected that it was not so much the speeches that strained the nerves as the palaver that went with them.

reflect
To mirror, or show the image of something

The shop window reflected his image as he walked past.

reflection
The process or mechanism of determining the capabilities of an object at run-time
reflection
an implied criticism

It is a reflection on his character that he never wavered in his resolve.

reflection
careful thought or consideration

After careful reflection, I have decided not to vote for that proposition.

reflection
the throwing off or back of light, heat, sound, or any form of energy that travels in waves
reflection
the image of something as reflected by a mirror (or other reflective material); "he studied his reflection in the mirror" the ability to reflect beams or rays the phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound) being thrown back from a surface (mathematics) a transformation in which the direction of one axis is reversed
reflection
{i} act of casting back a mirror image; act of sending back energy from a surface; state of being reflected; image that is reflected; idea, concept; thought, notion; act of placing blame, accusation
reflect
{v} to think, consider, reproach, cast back
reflection
{n} thought, consideration, censure
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When light, heat or other rays reflect off a surface or when a surface reflects them, they are sent back from the surface and do not pass through it. The sun reflected off the snow-covered mountains The glass appears to reflect light naturally
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If an action or situation reflects in a particular way on someone or something, it gives people a good or bad impression of them. The affair hardly reflected well on the British Your own personal behavior as a teacher, outside of school hours, reflects on the school itself
reflect
To bounce back from a surface
reflect
To bring as a consequence
reflect
To bend back; to give a backwa&?;d turn to; to throw back; especially, to cause to return after striking upon any surface; as, a mirror reflects rays of light; polished metals reflect heat
reflect
To throw back light, heat, or sound
reflect
To turn back e g when a mirror reflects a beam of light it turns back
reflect
To throw or bounce back
reflect
to throw back RELATIVE BRIGHTNESS comparing stars which seems to shine the most RELIEF ease given by reduction or removal of pain or anxiety or a burden
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When light bounces off an object Usually we associate reflection with a smooth, polished surface, however the surface doesn't have to be smooth Light reflects off your shirt, therefore others can see that you're wearing one See also total internal reflection
reflect
To throw or turn back the thoughts upon anything; to contemplate
reflect
To be bent back
reflect
To give back an image or likeness of; to mirror
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If something reflects an attitude or situation, it shows that the attitude or situation exists or it shows what it is like. The Los Angeles riots reflected the bitterness between the black and Korean communities in the city = show
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to send something back again (i e heat or light waves)
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To turn back the thoughts of To ponder, meditate or remind oneself
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reflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"
reflect
To give evidence of someones or somethings character etc
reflect
give evidence of a certain behavior; "His lack of interest in the project reflects badly on him"
reflect
When something is reflected in a mirror or in water, you can see its image in the mirror or in the water. His image seemed to be reflected many times in the mirror
reflect
be bright by reflecting or casting light; "Drive carefully--the wet road reflects
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to throw or bend back or reflect (from a surface); "A mirror in the sun can reflect light into a person's eyes"; "Sound is reflected well in this auditorium"
reflect
{f} mirror, send back a mirror image; send back energy from a surface; send back, cause to return; express, give a particular impression; contemplate, think; be sent back as light; reverberate
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When you reflect on something, you think deeply about it. We should all give ourselves time to reflect I reflected on the child's future
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You can use reflect to indicate that a particular thought occurs to someone. Things were very much changed since before the war, he reflected
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Specifically: To attend earnestly to what passes within the mind; to attend to the facts or phenomena of consciousness; to use attention or earnest thought; to meditate; especially, to think in relation to moral truth or rules
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manifest or bring back; "This action reflects his true beliefs"
reflect
To throw back light, heat, or the like; to return rays or beams
reflect
To bend back (light etc) from a surface
reflect
Bend or throw back light
reflect
be bright by reflecting or casting light; "Drive carefully--the wet road reflects"
reflect
give evidence of the quality of; "The mess in his dorm room reflects on the student" give evidence of a certain behavior; "His lack of interest in the project reflects badly on him" to throw or bend back or reflect (from a surface); "A mirror in the sun can reflect light into a person's eyes"; "Sound is reflected well in this auditorium" manifest or bring back; "This action reflects his true beliefs" be bright by reflecting or casting light; "Drive carefully--the wet road reflects
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In a tessellation, reflect means to repeat an image by flipping it across a line so it appears as it would in a mirror (cfTranslations, Reflections, and Rotations, Symmetry in Tessellations)
reflect
­ to bounce off
reflect
give evidence of the quality of; "The mess in his dorm room reflects on the student"
reflect
To cast reproach; to cause censure or dishonor
reflect
To be sent back; to rebound as from a surface; to revert; to return
reflection
A terminal application which allows PC's and Macs to communicate with the HP3000 minicomputers A network version that runs from the UTC_SRV1 server can be installed at no charge See Reflection Overview for more information
reflection
it is related that Pythagoras could write what he placed on a glass, and, by the reflection of the same species, would make those letters appear upon the circle of the moon, so plain as to be read by any person, some miles distant from him Cornelius Agrippa affirms the possibility of it, and that the method of performing it was known to himsself and others
reflection
The ability to find out what methods, fields, constructors, and so on, are defined for a class or object Reflection is supported by the Class class, and other classes in the java lang reflect package Reflection makes it possible, among other things, to create dynamic programs
reflection
If you say that something is a reflection of a particular person's attitude or of a situation, you mean that it is caused by that attitude or situation and therefore reveals something about it. Inhibition in adulthood seems to be very clearly a reflection of a person's experiences as a child
reflection
A flip transformation of an object in a mirror or over a reflection line
reflection
A transformation which preserves distances and leaves a plane, the plane of reflection, unchanged
reflection
the image of something as reflected by a mirror (or other reflective material); "he studied his reflection in the mirror"
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The return of light or sound waves from a surface If a reflecting surface is plane, the angle of reflection of a light ray is the same as the angle of incidence
reflection
observation: a remark expressing careful consideration
reflection
The act of reflecting, or turning or sending back, or the state of being reflected
reflection
If something is a reflection or a sad reflection on a person or thing, it gives a bad impression of them. Infection with head lice is no reflection on personal hygiene The library is unique and its break-up would be a sad reflection on the value we place on our heritage
reflection
The change in direction (or return) of waves striking a surface For example, electromagnetic energy reflections can occur at an impedance mismatch in a transmission line, causing standing waves
reflection
a calm lengthy intent consideration
reflection
a likeness in which left and right are reversed
reflection
expression without words; "tears are an expression of grief"; "the pulse is a reflection of the heart's condition"
reflection
A part reflected, or turned back, at an angle; as, the reflection of a membrane
reflection
That which is produced by reflection
reflection
A transformation of the x-y plane that moves each point to the opposite side of a fixed line, called its axis, along the line perpendicular to the axis so that the resulting point is the same distance from the axis as the original point
reflection
See Angle of reflection, below
reflection
The return of rays, beams, sound, or the like, from a surface
reflection
Censure; reproach cast
reflection
A phenomenon that occurs when waves strike barriers or other media In the case of barriers, waves will "bounce" off of the barrier in a direction that is constent with the Law of Reflection In the case of a change in medium, some of the wave reflects while the rest moves into the new medium (see refraction) Here is a simple reflection movie Back to Top Back to Wave Index
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mirror image: a likeness in which left and right are reversed
reflection
something, such as an image, that is reflected
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Radio waves are reflected by conductive surfaces, much as light is reflected by a mirror Reflections can also occur in conductors carrying RF signals when there is an impedance mismatch
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Contemplation and consideration regarding the significance of the community service work performed; evaluation of the value and meaning of the specific community service as it relates to a larger context Reflection can take place on an individual or group basis and connect community service to one's community, one's values and the impact it has on both the individual performing the work, as well as the larger society Topic areas: Volunteer Management
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Also called Back Reflection The abrupt change in direction of a light beam at an interface between two dissimilar media so that the light beam returns into the medium from which it originated Reflection from a smooth surface is termed specular, whereas reflection from a rough surface is termed diffuse The higher the associate value, the better the performance expressed in dB Also, see Return Loss
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The transference of an excitement from one nerve fiber to another by means of the nerve cells, as in reflex action
reflection
The process whereby a surface of discontinuity turns back a portion of the incident radiation into the medium through which the radiation approached See albedo, reflectivity, radar reflectivity
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Elastic scattering resulting in photons traveling back away from the sample surface (also see Scattering) "Reflected" radiant energy is comprised of these reflection type photons All real reflection involves varying degrees of two components : specular reflection (qr = qi) and diffuse reflection (qr `qi)
reflection
The return of radiant energy (incident light) by a surface, with no change in wavelength
reflection
See Reflex action, under Reflex
reflection
  The abrupt change in direction of a wave front at an interface between two dissimilar media so that the wave front returns into the medium from which it originated  Note 1:   Reflection may be specular (i e , mirror-like) or diffuse (i e , not retaining the image, only the energy) according to the nature of the interface   Note 2: Depending on the nature of the interface, i e , dielectric-conductor or dielectric-dielectric, the phase of the reflected wave may or may not be inverted
reflection
the act of reflecting or the state of being reflected
reflection
Reflection is the process by which light and heat are sent back from a surface and do not pass through it. the reflection of a beam of light off a mirror
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The reverting of the mind to that which has already occupied it; continued consideration; meditation; contemplation; hence, also, that operation or power of the mind by which it is conscious of its own acts or states; the capacity for judging rationally, especially in view of a moral rule or standard
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when light or sound waves bounce off a surface and may return to the source; if surface is a plane then the angle of reflection is also the angle of incidence
reflection
the property of a propagated wave being thrown back from a surface (such as a mirror)
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Result of meditation; thought or opinion after attentive consideration or contemplation; especially, thoughts suggested by truth
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Reflection is careful thought about a particular subject. Your reflections are your thoughts about a particular subject. After days of reflection she decided to write back If someone admits or accepts something on reflection, they admit or accept it after having thought carefully about it. On reflection, he says, he very much regrets the comments. Change in the direction of propagation of a wave that strikes a boundary between different media through which it cannot pass. When a wave strikes such a boundary it bounces back, or is reflected, just as a ball bounces off the floor. The angle of incidence is the angle between the path of the wave and a line perpendicular to the boundary. The angle of reflection is the angle between the same line and the path of the reflected wave. All reflected waves obey the law of reflection, which states that the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence. The reflectivity of a material is the fraction of energy of the oncoming wave that is reflected by it
reflection
the phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound) being thrown back from a surface
reflection
The energy or wave from a seismic source that has been returned (reflected) from an interface between materials of different elastic properties within the Earth
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The reflection through a line in the plane or a plane in space is the transformation that takes each point in the plane to its mirror image with respect to the line or its mirror image with respect to the plane in space It produces a mirror image of a geometric figure
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A return of electromagnetic energy that occurs at an impedance mismatch in a transmission line, such as a LAN cable
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A reflection is an image that you can see in a mirror or in glass or water. Meg stared at her reflection in the bedroom mirror
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(mathematics) a transformation in which the direction of one axis is reversed
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contemplation: a calm lengthy intent consideration
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The energy or wave from an earthquake that has been returned (reflected) from an boundary between two different materials within the earth, just as a mirror reflects light
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A process that occurs when a propagating electromagnetic wave impinges upon a obstruction whose dimensions are very large when compared to the wavelength Reflections from the surface of the earth, and from buildings or walls produce reflected waves which may interfere, constructively of destructively at the receiver
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An image given back from a reflecting surface; a reflected counterpart
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the ability to reflect beams or rays the phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound) being thrown back from a surface (mathematics) a transformation in which the direction of one axis is reversed
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Return of radiation by a surface without a change of frequency
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expression: expression without words; "tears are an expression of grief"; "the pulse is a reflection of the heart's condition"
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the ability to reflect beams or rays
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Light that bounces off an object at the same angle and wavelength as that of the incident (initial) light ray
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The process by which the direction of a wave encountering the coastline is changed
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a remark expressing careful consideration
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Shining; brightness, as of the sun
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    rîflekşınz

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    /rəˈfleksʜənz/ /rɪˈflɛkʃənz/

    Etimoloji

    [ ri-'flek-sh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, alteration of reflexion, from Late Latin reflexion-, reflexio act of bending back, from Latin reflectere.

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