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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
mutlâka

Şimdi İtalya'da olduğuna göre mutlaka Napoli'yi görmelisin. - Now that you are in Italy, you must absolutely see Naples.

O olsaydı mutlaka heyecanlanırdık. - We'd be absolutely thrilled if that happened.

kesinlikle

Ben kesinlikle size katılıyorum. - I agree with you absolutely.

Bir grup insanın bizimle birlikte su kayağına gideceğini düşünmüştüm. Fakat kesinlikle başka hiç kimse gelmedi. - I thought a bunch of people would go water skiing with us, but absolutely no one else showed up.

tümüyle
tamamıyla (cevap olarak)
illa
mutlak surette
namusluluk
(Kanun) kesin olarak
tamamıyla
bayağı
mutlak

Mutlaka Ferrara ve Ravenna'ya bir gezi yapmanı öneririm. - I suggest you to go absolutely on a trip to Ferrara and Ravenna.

Şimdi İtalya'da olduğuna göre mutlaka Napoli'yi görmelisin. - Now that you are in Italy, you must absolutely see Naples.

tamamen

Bu hikaye kulağa acayip gelebilir ama tamamen gerçektir. - This story may sound strange, but it's absolutely true.

Bu tamamen gereksizdi. - That was absolutely unnecessary.

muhakkak
elbette
(äb'sılutli) (nitelediği sözcükten önce gelince) çok, bayağı: You're absolutely right! Çok haklısın! We're absolutely famished! Çok
mutlaka (cevap olarak)
kesinlikle (cevap olarak)
kesenkes
absolute
salt
absolute
mutlak

Onun mutlak gücü var. - He has absolute power.

Tom Mary'ye mutlak gerçeği söyledi. - Tom told Mary the absolute truth.

absolute
{s} mutlâk

Onun mutlak gücü var. - He has absolute power.

Tom mutlak bir dürüstlük insanıdır. - Tom is a man of absolute sincerity.

absolutely empty
tamtakır
absolutely stable system
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) mutlak kararlı dizge
absolutely summable
mutlak toplanır
absolutely continuous function
Tamamıyla sürekli fonksiyon, bütünüyle sürekli fonksiyon
absolutely convergent
mutlak yakınsak, salt yakınsak
absolutely nothing
kesinlikle hiçbir şey
absolutely not
katiyen
absolutely stable system
mutlak kararli dizge
absolutely straight
dümdüz
absolutely summable
mutlak toplanir
absolute
kesin

Aşağı baktım ve kesinlikle söyleyecek hiçbir şeyim yoktu. - I looked down and had absolutely nothing to say.

Öyle yapmak kesinlikle imkansızdır. - It is absolutely impossible to do so.

absolute
{s} tam, eksiksiz: His trust in them was absolute. Onlara olan güveni tamdı
absolute
{s} sınırsız
absolute
{s} katışıksız

O katışıksız bir aptal. - He's an absolute fool.

absolute
{s} pol. mutlak, saltık, sınırsız: absolute monarchy mutlak
absolute
tüm

Diktatörün tüm yardımcıları ile ilgili mutlak sadakatı vardı. - The dictator had the absolute loyalty of all his aides.

Tüm gün katiyen bir şey yemedim. - I ate absolutely nothing the whole day.

absolute
sonsuz
absolute
absolit
absolute
düzey
absolute
(Tıp) absolut
absolute
sade

Hayır, kesinlikle hatalısın. Tom radikal değil muhafazakardır. Sadece liberalizmden nefret ediyor. - No, you are absolutely wrong. Tom is not radical but conservative. He just hates liberalism.

O sadece kesinlikle inanılmazdı. - It was just absolutely unbelievable.

absolute
toplam miktar
absolute
(Dilbilim) yalın
absolute
(Felsefe) koşulsuz
absolute
muhakkak
absolute
(Felsefe) göreli olmayan
absolutely!
hem de nasıl!
absolute
katıksız
absolute
müstakil
absolute
kayıtsız şartsız
absolute
mükemmel

Her şekilde, kesinlikle mükemmelsin. - You're absolutely perfect, in every way.

absolute
tam

Daha fazla beklemek tam bir zaman kaybıdır. - It's an absolute waste of time to wait any longer.

Benim sana tam güvenim var. - I have absolute trust in you.

absolute
saltık
absolute
saf
absolute
bir sesin pe
absolute
nihayetsiz
absolute
(Tıp) a) Mutlak, saf, susuz, b) Tam, esas, sınırsız, bağımsız
absolute
(Askeri) MUTLAK; KATİ; KESİN; TAM
absolute
sisel değer ölçülerine bağlı olmayan absolute ceiling hav azami yükseliş haddi absolute pitch bir notanın frekansı
absolute
mücerret
absolute
ki
absolute
gram soyut
absolute
kâmil
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
With absolution
Yes; certainly; expression indicating strong agreement
Utterly, positively, wholly
In an absolute, independent, or unconditional manner
{a} positively, arbitrarily, completed
totally and definitely; without question; "we are absolutely opposed to the idea"; "he forced himself to lie absolutely still"; "iron is absolutely necessary"
emphasis Some people say absolutely as an emphatic way of saying yes or of agreeing with someone. They say absolutely not as an emphatic way of saying no or of disagreeing with someone. `It's worrying, isn't it?' --- `Absolutely.'
independently; without limits; without relation to anything else; unconditionally; definitely; completely
completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers; "an absolutely magnificent painting"; "a perfectly idiotic idea"; "you're perfectly right"; "utterly miserable"; "you can be dead sure of my innocence"; "was dead tired";"dead right
emphasis Absolutely means totally and completely. Jill is absolutely right I absolutely refuse to get married There is absolutely no difference!
In an absolute, independent, or unconditional manner; wholly; positively
absolutely summable
An infinite series is absolutely summable if the sum of the absolute values of its summands converges
absolutely clear
{s} completely clear; completely understood
absolutely convergent
Of, relating to, or characterized by absolute convergence
absolutely everything
everything ever imaginable
absolutely necessary
{s} indispensable, definitely essential, vital, cannot be done without
absolutely normal
completely normal, just fine, as usual as possible
absolutely true
true and correct, true and stable
Absolute
the ultimate basis of reality

Philosophers differ in how they treat their Absolutes.

Absolute
that which is totally unconditioned, unrestricted, pure, perfect, or complete
absolut
: absolute, usually in reference to something represented as trendy, popular, or cutting-edge
absolute
Loosed from any limitation or condition; uncontrolled; unrestricted; unconditional; as, absolute authority, monarchy, sovereignty, an absolute promise or command

he more absolute the ruler, the more absolute the revolution will be which replaces him.

absolute
That which is independent of context-dependent interpretation, inviolate, fundamental

moral absolutes.

absolute
Viewed apart from modifying influences or without comparison with other objects; actual; real; — opposed to relative and comparative; as, absolute motion; absolute time or space

Absolute rights and duties are such as pertain to man in a state of nature as contradistinguished from relative rights and duties, or such as pertain to him in his social relations.

absolute
Complete in itself; perfect; consummate; faultless

absolute beauty.

absolute
Not immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence in government; as, the case absolute. (See ablative absolute.)
absolute
In a plane, the two imaginary circular points at infinity; in space of three dimensions, the imaginary circle at infinity
absolute
Pure; unmixed; as, absolute alcohol
absolute
Authoritative; peremptory
absolutely.
absofuckinglutely

If you had asked me six months ago if I would ever be making out with Courtney McSweeney, I would have said no, absofuckinglutely not.

absolutely.
absobloodylutely

Theatre is marvellous, he says, absobloodylutely marvellous.

power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely
The corrupting influence of power is total when one's power is total

Lord Acton see: Wikiquote.

absolute
sheer
absolute
{a} not limited, arbitrary, complete
Absolute
diriment
absolut
absolute, usually in reference to something represented as trendy, popular, or cutting-edge
absolute
Intrinsic or characteristic to the body, not dependent on distance or position of the observer or the body
absolute
The micron rating of a filter It indicates that any particle larger than a specific size will be trapped within the filter
absolute
Glossary of Common MSDS Terms B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Z A ABSOLUTE: Chemical substance that is relatively free of impurities
absolute
complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers; "absolute freedom"; "an absolute dimwit"; "a downright lie"; "out-and-out mayhem"; "an out-and-out lie"; "a rank outsider"; "many right-down vices"; "got the job through sheer persistence"; "sheer stupidity"
absolute
Complete in itself; perfect; consummate; faultless; as, absolute perfection; absolute beauty
absolute
In the study of logic, something observed similarly by most observers, or something agreed upon, or which has the same value each time measured Something not in dispute, unarguable, and independent of other state As opposed to contextual
absolute
A URL or web/WAP address in which the entire address is written
absolute
Used in reference to micron rating of cartridge filters Refers to an exact size of particles that will not pass through, and all particles larger than that size are trapped within the filter Hence, a one micron absolute filter is one that will trap all particles larger than one micron
absolute
{s} complete, perfect; pure; unlimited; definite, positive; not relative
absolute
something that is conceived to be absolute; something that does not depends on anything else and is beyond human control; "no mortal being can influence the absolute"
absolute
Genus: Condition of validity Differentia: Unconditional / always true
absolute
{i} something definite, something absolute
absolute
refers to a feedback device such as a resolver or an absolute encoder that provides unique position information for each discrete shaft location; unlike an incremental feedback device which requires a known reference point, an absolute feedback device retains position information when power to the system is momentarily lost
absolute
Loosed from any limitation or condition; uncontrolled; unrestricted; unconditional; as, absolute authority, monarchy, sovereignty, an absolute promise or command; absolute power; an absolute monarch
absolute
perfect or complete or pure; "absolute loyalty"; "absolute silence"; "absolute truth"; "absolute alcohol"
absolute
when used to modify pathnames or URLs, it means a full and complete specification (as opposed to a relative one)
absolute
Viewed apart from modifying influences or without comparison with other objects; actual; real; opposed to relative and comparative; as, absolute motion; absolute time or space
absolute
an alcohol extract of a concentrate to remove waxes and most odorless materials, producing an alcohol - soluble liquid or semi-liquid oil It is the most concentrated form of perfumery material
absolute
Viewed apart from modifying influences or without comparison with other objects; actual; real; - opposed to relative and ; as, absolute motion; absolute time or space
absolute
That which is independent of context-dependent interpretation, inviolate, fundamental (referring to Adjective Definition 4)
absolute
An absolute is a rule or principle that is believed to be true, right, or relevant in all situations. see also decree absolute. something that is considered to be true or right in all situations
absolute
Value that won't change when other factors change, such as a constant in a mathematical equation Something that is free from imperfection Unconditional, without restriction, such as the power of a dictator An exact amount
absolute
Absolute music Music which is inspired by itself rather than extra musical implications such as the stories legends of "program" music
absolute
Absolute rules and principles are believed to be true, right, or relevant in all situations. There are no absolute rules. relative
absolute
Adjective used to describe measurements in terms of fundamentally defined units
absolute
emphasis You use absolute to emphasize something that you are saying. About 12 inches wide is the absolute minimum you should consider I think it's absolute nonsense. = complete
absolute
without conditions or limitations; "a total ban"
absolute
1 Pertaining to a measurement relative to a universal constant or natural datum, as absolute coordinate system, absolute altitude, absolute temperature
absolute
Absolute means total and complete. It's not really suited to absolute beginners A sick person needs absolute confidence and trust in a doctor. = complete
absolute
A value for the backup copy group mode indicating that a file is considered for incremental backup even if the file has not changed since the last backup See also mode Contrast with modified
absolute
Absolute rules and principles are believed to be true, right, or relevant in all situations. There are no absolute rules. ¡Ù relative
absolute
(non-vented pressure) There is no need to compensate for barometric changes in test when monitoring an open body of water, or a pressurized water column In the open body of water, the affects of the change in barometric pressure are insignificant, relative to the accuracy recorded by a high quality pressure transducer When monitoring a pressurized water column, changes to outside atmospheric pressure will usually be of no significance to the test Low cost, low accuracy transducers will be affected and should be vented
absolute
Not immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence in government; as, the case absolute
absolute
Loosed from, or unconnected by, dependence on any other being; self-existent; self-sufficing
absolute
adj 1 (of a time) representing a specific point in time 2 (of a pathname) representing a specific position in a directory hierarchy See relative
absolute
Absolute is used to say that something is definite and will not change even if circumstances change. They had given an absolute assurance that it would be kept secret
absolute
not capable of being violated or infringed; "infrangible human rights"
absolute
Used primarily in auctions indicating the minimum amount necessary to purchase a property For example: If the absolute price shown on an auction property is $1,000 any bid of $1,000 00 or more buys the property See also "Reserve" [ Return to Term Table ]
absolute
not limited by law; "an absolute monarch"
absolute
See Ablative absolute, under Ablative
absolute
An amount that is expressed in absolute terms is expressed as a fixed amount rather than referring to variable factors such as what you earn or the effects of inflation. In absolute terms British wages remain low by European standards. real
absolute
any belief, doctrine, concept or idea that is regarded as complete unto itself and therefore subject to no exterior circumstance or condition
absolute
calculated for a standard distance of 10 pc: m - M = 5 log10(d/10) where d is the distance of the star in parsecs; for two stars 1 and 2, M1 - M2 = -2 5 log10(L1/L2)
absolute
An absolute ruler has complete power and authority over his or her country. He ruled with absolute power
absolute
Positive; clear; certain; not doubtful
absolute
Generally an alcohol method of extraction from concrete for producing an alcohol-soluble liquid or semi-liquid oil
absolute
The unmanifest Self; the underlying substance, source, or field of Existence, Consciousness and Bliss
absolute
Complete and without conditions For example, a bankrupt, usually after nine months receives an Absolute Order of Discharge, which means all of his debts, with certain exceptions, are wiped out
absolute
expressing finality with no implication of possible change; "an absolute (or unequivocal) quarantee to respect the nation's authority"; "inability to make a conclusive (or unequivocal) refusal
absolute
A copy group mode value that indicates a file is considered for incremental backup even though the file has not changed since the last time it was backed up See mode Contrast with modified
absolute
A concentrated semi-solid aromatic material, usually obtained by alcohol extraction
absolute
Capable of being thought or conceived by itself alone; unconditioned; non-relative
absolute
The first of the three degrees of comparison
did absolutely nothing
did nothing at all, did not lift a finger
doing absolutely nothing
not doing anything at all, idle, inactive
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение absolutely в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

absolut
(Tıp) absolute
absolutely
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