relation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ilişik
{i} bağıntı
ilişki

O ülke, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri ile diplomatik ilişkileri kesti. - That country broke off diplomatic relations with the United States.

Sanırım John'un Jane ile olan ilişkilerini çok fazla okuyorsun. - I think you're reading too much into John's relationship with Jane.

{i} ilgi, alaka, bağlantı, rabıta, ilişki, münasebet
(İnşaat) bağın
(Kimya) görelik
(Tıp) relasyon
aidiyet
(Felsefe) izafet
anlatış
takıntı
naklediş
ara

Aramızdaki ilişkiler bozuk gibi görünüyor. - Relations between us seem to be on the ebb.

O iki problem arasında herhangi bir yakınlık görmüyorum. - I don't see any relation between the two problems.

ç.karşılıklı ilişki
bağlantı
akraba

Onunla akrabalığınız nedir? - What's your relation with him?

O benimle akraba değil. - He is no relation to me.

ilgi

Ciddi bir ilişki ile ilgilenmiyorum. - I'm not interested in a serious relationship.

Tom'la ilişkim seni ilgilendirmez. - My relationship with Tom is none of your business.

hikaye/akraba/ilişki
hısım
geçim
çevre
{i} akrabalık
{i} bağ

En büyük nimet sağlık, en büyük zenginlik kanaat, en büyük bağ da vefadır. - Health is the greatest gift; satisfaction the greatest wealth; fidelity the greatest relation.

{i} man. bağıntı, münasebet
{i} söyleme
relationshipakrabalık
nakil
{i} (Felsefe) bağıntı, izafet
{i} nispet
relations i
{i} anlatma
(Tıp) İlgi, ilişki, münasebet
{i} oran
{i} alâka
akrabalar
ilinti
yakın

Tom'un Mary ile yakın bir dostluğu var. - Tom has a close relationship with Mary.

Tom, yakın kişisel ilişkilerden rahatsız. - Tom's uncomfortable with close personal relationships.

relation to
e ilişkin
relation cycle
ilişki döngüsü
relation to
-e ilişkin
relation to bible
incille ilişki
reflexive relation
(Matematik) yansımalı bağıntı
reflexive relation
(Matematik) refleksif bağıntı
reciprocal relation
ters bağıntı
remote relation
uzaktan akrabalık
in relation to
hakkında
in relation to
ilişkili olarak
in relation to
karşısında
in relation to
-e dair
in relation to
konusunda
in relation to
hususunda
in relation with
ile ilgili olan
ordered relation
(Matematik) sıralama bağıntısı
relations
{i} aile

Sami'nin, ailesiyle iyi bir ilişkisi vardı. - Sami had a good relationship with his family.

Ailesi onun onunla olan ilişkisi onaylamadı. - Her parents didn't approve of her relationship with him.

relations
alışveriş
asymmetric relation
asimetrik bağıntı
blood relation
akraba
blood relation
kan bağı
bragg grey relation
bragg grey bağıntısı
business relation
iş ilişkisi
closed equivalence relation
kapalı denklik bağıntısı
completely ordered relation
tam sıralama bağıntısı
connected relation
bağlantılı bağıntı
grammatical relation
gramatik ilişki
inverse relation
ters bağıntı
lawyer client relation
avukat müvekkil ilişkisi
legal relation
yasal ilişki
linearly ordered relation
doğrusal sıralama bağıntısı
linguistic relation
dilsel ilişki
logical relation
mantıksal ilişki
magnitude relation
büyüklük ilişkisi
mathematical relation
matematiksel ilişki
medical relation
tıbbi ilişki
one-to-one relation
bire bir ilişki
political relation
siyasi ilişki
professional relation
iş ilişkisi
relations
karşılıklı ilişki
relations
akrabalar
self relation
kendi kendini ifade etme
semantic relation
anlamsal ilişki
social relation
sosyal ilişki
teacher student relation
öğrenci öğretmen ilişkisi
temporal relation
geçici ilişki
another name for a relation
bir ilişki için başka bir isim
associative relation
çağrışımsal ilişki
bear no relation to sth
ilişki sth dönmek
bear relation to
ile ilgisi/ilişiği/ilintisi olmak
corresponding relation
İlgili ilişki
erroneous relation or narration
hatalı bir ilişki ya da anlatım
formal relation
resmi ilişki
generic relation
genel ilişki
hierarchic relation
hiyerarşik ilişki
in relation to
ile ilgili olarak
intra facet relation
ıntra faset ilişki
intrinsic relation
içsel ilişki
paradigmatic relation
dizisel bağıntı
poor relation
yoksul ilişkisi
public relation specialist
halkla ilişkiler uzmanı
pythagorean relation
pisagor bağıntısı
race relation
ırk ilişkisi
relations
bağıntılar
spatial relation
mekansal ilişki
syntagmatic relation
dizimsel bağıntı
to bear a relation to sth.
bir ilişki sth dönmek için
bear no relation to
ile ilgisi olmamak
bilateral relation
(Politika, Siyaset) ikili ilişki
blood relation
akrabalık
bragg grey relation
bragg-grey bağıntısı
centric relation
(Diş Hekimliği) Merkezi ilişki
completely ordered relation
(Matematik) tümel sıralı bağıntı
confidential relation
(Kanun) güvene dayanan ilişki
confidential relation
(Kanun) güvene dayalı ilişki
constitutive relation
(Mekanik,Teknik) bünye denklemi
cordial relation
sıkı ilişki
cordial relation
samimi ilişki
de broglie relation
(Nükleer Bilimler) de broglie bağıntısı
dispersion relation
(Askeri) dağılma ilişkisi
distant relation
uzaktan akraba
economic relation
ekonomik ilişki
equality relation
(Matematik) eşitlik bağıntısı
establish a relation
ilişki içine girmek
forbidden relation
yasak ilişki
horizontal relation
(Politika, Siyaset) yatay ilişki
illegitimate relation
(Kanun) sahih olmayan nesep
in relation to
hakkında: She said nothing in relation to that matter. O mesele hakkında hiçbir şey söylemedi
interactive relation
karşılıklı etkilenme
linear relation
(Matematik) lineer bağımlı vektörler
mil relation
(Askeri) MİLYEM FORMÜLÜ, BİNDE BİR KAİDESİ: Bak. "mil formular"
modulus relation
(Matematik) modulo bağıntısı
official relation
resmi görüşme
partially ordered relation
(Matematik) kısmi sıralama bağıntısı
personal relation
şahsi münasebet
public relation officer
(Askeri) BASIN VE HALKLA MÜNASEBETLER SUBAYI: Bak. "public information officer"
relations
(isim) aile
rocky relation
sallantılı ilişki
rupture of relation
ilişkilerin kesilmesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A member of one's family

Yes, he's a relation of mine, but a only distant one.

Specifically, a set of ordered pairs

Equality is a symmetric relation, while divisibility is not.

A set of ordered tuples
A set of ordered tuples retrievable by a relational database; a table

This relation uses the customer's social security number as a key.

A statement of equality of two products of generators, used in the presentation of a group
The manner in which two things may be associated

The relation between diet and health is complex.

The act of relating a story

Your relation of the events is different from mine.

{n} a narration, tale, kindred, reference
Relations between people, groups, or countries are contacts between them and the way in which they behave towards each other. Greece has established full diplomatic relations with Israel see also industrial relations, public relations, race relations
A named two-dimensional table of data (5)
An association between, or property of, two or more objects
The state of being related or of referring; what is apprehended as appertaining to a being or quality, by considering it in its bearing upon something else; relative quality or condition; the being such and such with regard or respect to some other thing; connection; as, the relation of experience to knowledge; the relation of master to servant
The act of a relator at whose instance a suit is begun
(law) the principle that an act done at a later time is deemed by law to have occurred at an earlier time; "his attorney argued for the relation back of the ammended complaint to the time the initial complaint was filed"
The set of attributes and the primary candidate key which define an entity A complete table or database file A relation has the following properties: Non duplicate records Records are not in order (top to bottom) Attributes are not in order (left to right) Attribute values are atomic Each record has a unique primary key Report A formatted output from a database system Reports are created to meet user requirements for the presentation of information from a database [Top of Page] S Search the location of records in a database by comparing data items with given search criteria The select command is the SQL method of initiating a search for matching records
the basic collection of data in a relational database Usually represented as a rectangualar array of data, in which each row (tuple) is a collection of data about one entity
The act of relating or telling; also, that which is related; recital; account; narration; narrative; as, the relation of historical events
From the theory of the relational model: the basic collection of data in a relational database A relation type consists of Attributes which usually have a name and a domain Hence the domain of a relation is the cross-product of the domains of its attributes The relation consists of tuples which have values for each attribute The theory also states that all tuples must be different (which means that a relation must have a primary key)
a person related by blood or marriage; "police are searching for relatives of the deceased"; "he has distant relations back in New Jersey"
The element is a propositional representation that organizes the arguments (Anderson)
A way in which two or more objects are connected, associated, or related, or (at a different level) a polyadic predicate symbolizing such a relation See attribute; predicate logic Relative complement of a set See complement Relative consistency proof The proof that some system S is consistent by appeal to theorems and methods of reasoning from some other system S' The result is that we know that S is consistent only if system S' is consistent See Hilbert's program Representation of a function A function f of n arguments from natural numbers to natural numbers is represented in a system iff there is a wff A with n+1 free variables such that A is a theorem when its variables are are instantiated to the natural numbers k1 kn+1 when f(k1 kn) = kn+1, and not a theorem otherwise Strong representation of a function A function f is strongly represented in a system iff it is represented in the system by wff A, and A is a theorem iff ~A is not a theorem
A relation is a collection of ordered pairs, like (father, son) If these pairs are real numbers, like (5, 2), then the relation may be graphed on a pair of coordinate axes, and they may satisfy some formula, but this is not necessary Otherwise, we may give an alternative graphical description, using an arrow diagram
Your relations are the members of your family. visits to friends and relations see also poor relation = relative
A classification that defines the relationships which can exist between two or more model types Each relation contains a list of rules that apply the relation to the model type
A logical or natural association between two or more objects
{i} narration, act of telling; kinsman, family member; connection, association; connection between two persons, relationship
a word or phrase that describes a way in which two concepts are inter-related; usually described by a verb or verb phrase
The carrying back, and giving effect or operation to, an act or proceeding frrom some previous date or time, by a sort of fiction, as if it had happened or begun at that time
A person connected by cosanguinity or affinity; a relative; a kinsman or kinswoman
The Dublin Core element used to designate A reference to a related resource Recommended best practice is to reference the resource by means of a string or number conforming to a formal identification system See section 4 of the Dublin Core Users Guide
For relations and function symbols i e [/relation R [[/avm ][/atomic ] ]], where R, the name of the relation, is SPF-atomic
A two-dimensional Table with Rows and Columns in an RDBMS A Table must have at least two Columns Each Row is an instance representing one relationship between column values (e g a table that relates Customer Numbers to their Names)
sexual intercourse: the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman; the man's penis is inserted into the woman's vagina and excited until orgasm and ejaculation occur
Connection by consanguinity or affinity; kinship; relationship; as, the relation of parents and children
an act of narration; "he was the hero according to his own relation"; "his endless recounting of the incident eventually became unbearable"
an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of two entities or parts together
The concept of function, correlation, or association between or among attributes, which may be qualitative as well as quantitative
A relation consists of a heading: a set of attributes of the form <name : domain> of which <name> must be unique in the set, and a body: a set of tuples, containing a component for each attribute of the body of the form <name : value> in which <value> is a value of the domain for attribute <name> Relation is the formal name for the data structure used in the relational model Table is the informal name used by the DAE
(usually plural) mutual dealings or connections among persons or groups; "international relations"
an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of two entities or parts together (usually plural) mutual dealings or connections among persons or groups; "international relations"
dependence between a dependent container and one or more independent containers and an associated function If a dependent container's values are needed and one or more of the independent containers' values have changed, the dependent container's values are computed using the function and the independent containers' values Relations implement "lazy evaluation" See Also: data parallel, element wise, stencil
You can talk about something in relation to something else when you want to compare the size, condition, or position of the two things. The money he'd been ordered to pay was minimal in relation to his salary
relative: a person related by blood or marriage; "police are searching for relatives of the deceased"; "he has distant relations back in New Jersey"
Semantic relationships between compilation units (as discussed in chapter 10 of ISO/IEC 8652: 1995) The Relation_Kinds type enumerates the kinds of relations that can exist between compilation units See also Dependent, Extended Family, and Supporter
an act of narration; "he was the hero according to his own relation"; "his endless recounting of the incident eventually became unbearable
A special type of table in which (a) every row is unique, (b) the columns are in no fixed order and (c) the rows are in no fixed order All the tables in a relational database will be relations
A named, two-dimensional table of data Each relation consists of a set of named columns and an arbitrary number of unnamed rows
A member of ones family
An unordered flat collection class that uses keys, allows for duplicate elements, and has element equality See key access, unordered collection
In such case the act is said to take effect by relation
If something is said or done in relation to a subject, it is said or done in connection with that subject. a question which has been asked many times in relation to Irish affairs. In logic, a relation R is defined as a set of ordered pairs, triples, quadruples, and so on. A set of ordered pairs is called a two-place (or dyadic) relation; a set of ordered triples is a three-place (or triadic) relation; and so on. In general, a relation is any set of ordered n-tuples of objects. Important properties of relations include symmetry, transitivity, and reflexivity. Consider a two-place (or dyadic) relation R. R can be said to be symmetrical if, whenever R holds between x and y, it also holds between y and x (symbolically, (x) (y) [Rxy Ryx]); an example of a symmetrical relation is "x is parallel to y." R is transitive if, whenever it holds between one object and a second and also between that second object and a third, it holds between the first and the third (symbolically, (x) (y) (z ) [(Rxy Ryz) Rxz]); an example is "x is greater than y." R is reflexive if it always holds between any object and itself (symbolically, (x) Rxx); an example is "x is at least as tall as y" since x is always also "at least as tall" as itself. Einstein's mass energy relation equivalence relation international relations National Labor Relations Board public relations Labor Management Relations Act National Labor Relations Act industrial and organizational relations organizational relations
the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman; the man's penis is inserted into the woman's vagina and excited until orgasm and ejaculation occur
A two dimensional table containing rows and columns Another name for a table in a relational database
Reference; respect; regard
If you talk about the relation of one thing to another, you are talking about the ways in which they are connected. It is a question of the relation of ethics to economics
A named, two-dimensional array of rows and columns (i e , table of data) Each relation consists of a set of named columns and an arbitrary number of unnamed rows Each cell in the array can have only one value (single-valued) and no two rows may be identical See also: table, view, RDBMS
relation back: (law) the principle that an act done at a later time is deemed by law to have occurred at an earlier time; "his attorney argued for the relation back of the ammended complaint to the time the initial complaint was filed"
A set of ordered tuples; equivalently, a Boolean function of two or more arguments
A table is an informal equivalent of a relation It is similarly equivalent to an mmCIF category
A MathML content element used to construct expressions such as a < b
relation back
(law) the principle that an act done at a later time is deemed by law to have occurred at an earlier time; "his attorney argued for the relation back of the ammended complaint to the time the initial complaint was filed
relation to
(usually preceded by `with') relation of delimitation; "he inquired with respect to the address"
recurrence relation
an equation that recursively defines a sequence; each term of the sequence is defined as a function of the preceding terms
receiver-creditor relation
the responsibility of receiver or trustee in bankruptcy to act in the best interests of the creditor
binary relation
A relation, such as "is less than" or "is the daughter of", that makes statements about pairs of objects, these statements being true or false depending on the objects
blood relation
A relation through birth, as opposed to marriage
equivalence relation
A binary relation that is reflexive, symmetric and transitive
in relation to
in comparison with
in relation to
concerning; in reference to
partial ordering relation
A partial order
semantic relation
Any relationship between two or more words based on the meaning of the words
sexual relation
Behaviour of a sexual nature between one or more individuals
thematic relation
Any of various possible semantic relations between a verb and its arguments
total ordering relation
A total order
a relation
{n} german
in relation to
In connection with; in dealing with; as concerns; in comparison to; respecting; about

1. Father spoke about school in relation to finding a job when we are older. 2. What did you say in relation to what happened yesterday? 3. With relation to his job, skill is very important. In relation to Texas, Rhode Island is quite a small state.

social relation
In social science, a social relation or social interaction refers to a relationship between two (i.e. a dyad), three (i.e. a triad) or more individuals (e.g. a social group). Social relations, derived from individual agency, form the basis of the social structure. To this extent social relations are always the basic object of analysis for social scientists. Fundamental enquiries into the nature of social relations are to be found in the work of the classical sociologists, for instance, in Max Weber's theory of social action. Further categories must be established in the abstract in order to form observations and conduct social research, such as Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft (lit. "Community and Society") or "collective consciousness"
Einstein's mass-energy relation
Relationship between mass (m) and energy (E) in Albert Einstein's special theory of relativity, expressed E = mc^2, where c equals 186,000 mi/second (300,000 km/second), the speed of light. Whereas mass and energy were viewed as distinct in earlier physical theories, in special relativity a body's mass can be converted into energy in accordance with Einstein's formula. Such a release of energy decreases the body's mass (see conservation law)
academic relation
a professional relation between instructors and those they instruct
anaphoric relation
the relation between an anaphor and its antecedent
avuncular relation
related family member who is an uncle or like an uncle
bank-depositor relation
the responsibility of a bank to act in the best interests of the depositors
bear relation to
be connected to -, be relevant to -
blood relation
one related by blood or origin; especially on sharing an ancestor with another
blood relation
person related by birth
blood relation
A blood relation or blood relative is someone who is related to you by birth rather than by marriage. A person who is related to another by birth rather than by marriage.blood relationship n. 'blood .relative someone related to you by birth rather than by marriage
business relation
a relation between different business enterprises
causal relation
relationship which proves that one thing caused another
cause and effect relation
relationship between one thing that causes another
co-relation
interdependence; connection; mutual relation
confidential adviser-advisee relation
the responsibility of a confidential adviser to act in the best interest of the advisee
conservator-ward relation
the responsibility of a conservator to act in the best interests of the ward
director-stockholder relation
the responsibility of corporate directors to act in the best interests of stockholders
doctor-patient relation
the responsibility of a physician to act in the best interests of the patient
equivalence relation
A reflexive, symmetric, and transitive relationship between elements of a set, such as congruence for the set of all triangles in a plane. In mathematics, a generalization of the idea of equality between elements of a set. All equivalence relations (e.g., that symbolized by the equals sign) obey three conditions: reflexivity (every element is in the relation to itself), symmetry (element A has the same relation to element B that B has to A), and transitivity (see transitive law). Congruence of triangles is an equivalence relation in geometry. Members of a set are said to be in the same equivalence class if they have an equivalence relation
executor-heir relation
the responsibility of an executor (or administrator) of an estate to act in the best interests of the heir
fiduciary relation
the legal relation that exists when one person justifiably places reliance on another whose aid or protection is sought in some matter
grammatical relation
a linguistic relation established by grammar
lawyer-client relation
the responsibility of a lawyer to act in the best interests of the client
legal relation
a professional relation that is regulated by law (as between a lawyer and a client)
linguistic relation
a relation between linguistic forms or constituents
logical relation
a relation between propositions
magnitude relation
a relation between magnitudes
mathematical relation
a relation between mathematical expressions (such as equality or inequality)
medical relation
the professional relation between a health care professional and a patient
nurse-patient relation
the responsibility of a nurse to act in the best interests of the patient
out of all relation
without any proportion
partner relation
the responsibility of partners to act in one another's best interests
personal relation
a relation between persons
poor relation
If you describe one thing as a poor relation of another, you mean that it is similar to or part of the other thing, but is considered to be inferior to it. Watercolour still seems somehow to be the poor relation of oil painting
professional relation
the relation that exists when one person requests and is granted professional help from a qualified source
relations
{i} connections between people or groups, associations; sexual intercourse
relations
the relationships between individuals in a social network
relations
Plural of relation
relations
A named, two-dimensional table of data Each relation consists of a set of named columns and an arbitrary number of unnamed rows (12)
relations
(difficult or impossible to define in a non-circular way See "circularity" above Examples include such things as being older than, is the square root of, and is consistent with )
relations
mutual dealings or connections or communications among persons or groups
semantic relation
a relation between meanings
social relation
a relation between living organisms (especially between people)
teacher-student relation
the academic relation between teachers and their students
temporal relation
a relation involving time
trustee-beneficiary relation
the responsibility of a trustee to act in the best interests of the beneficiary
with relation to
concerning
relation