activation

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
canlandırma
harekete geçirme
etkinleştirme

Size bir etkinleştirme bağlantısı olan bir e-posta gönderdik. - We sent you an email with an activation link.

(Tıp) a) Etkinleştirme, aktivasyon: Platinsünger gibi bir katalizörün ısı veya diğer bir vasıta ile aktifkılınması veya rejenere edilmesi. b) Moleküller arası enerjiyi; kimya reaksiyonlarına baş vurmadan artırma metodu
{i} harekete geçme, hareketlenme
lâğım sularının hava ve bakterilerle temas ettirilmesi sonucunda temiz su haline getirilmesi
çalıştırma,etkinleştirme
{i} harekete geçirme, hareketlendirme
faal hale getirme
(Tekstil) aktivasyon
{i} aktifleştirme
(Nükleer Bilimler) ışınırlık,aktivasyon,aktifleme
(Askeri) hizmete sokma
(Askeri) uygulama
yenileme
(Askeri) devreye girme
etkinleşme
etkilenim
devitkenlik
activate
çalıştırmak
activate
{f} etkinleştirmek
activation analysis
aktivasyon analizi
activation curve
aktivasyon eğrisi
activation energy
etkinleşme erkesi
activation energy
aktivasyon enerjisi
activation potential
aktivasyon potansiyeli
activation energy
ilk hareket enerjisi
activation analysis
(Nükleer Bilimler) aktivasyon analizi,ışınırlık çözümlemesi
activation code
Eylem Kodu
activation detector
(Nükleer Bilimler) ışınırlık algılayıcısı
activation detector
(Askeri) NÖTRON DETEKTÖRÜ: Nötronların alıkonmasıyla içinde oluşan radyoaktivite sayesinde nötron akımının veya yoğunluğunun belirlenmesinde kullanılan bir malzeme
activation energy
(Nükleer Bilimler) aktivasyon enerjisi, etkinleştirme enerjisi
activation foil
(Nükleer Bilimler) ışınırlık folyesi,aktivasyon folyesi
activation of tube seat control
(Tekstil) masuranın yerleşmesinin gözleminin aktive edilmesi
activation rabbit
(Nükleer Bilimler) tavşan, aktivasyon
accidental activation
zamansız devreye girme
activate
harekete geçirme
activate
aktifleştirmek
activate
(Bilgisayar) aktif etme
activate
etkin hale getirmek
activate
etkili hale getirmek
activate
(Askeri) faaliyete geçirmek
activate
etkinleşmek
activate
harekete geçmek
activate
hareketlenmek
activate
başlatmak
activate
aktive etmek
activate
hareketlendirmek
activate
etkinleştir

O hiçbir şeyi etkinleştirmedi. - He activated nothing.

Bu iş çok ağır ve tek bir kadın için yorucu. Robotumu etkinleştireceğim. - This work is too heavy and exhausting for a single woman. I will activate my robot!

automatic activation device
Paraşüt - Otomatik Açma Aleti
energy of activation
aktivasyon enerjisi
sympathetic activation
sempatik etkinleştirme
activate
(Tıp) Kamçılamak, hızlandırmak (hazım, v.s.)
activate
faal hale getirmek
activate
(Nükleer Bilimler) etkinleştirme

O hiçbir şeyi etkinleştirmedi. - He activated nothing.

activate
{f} kurmak (birlik)
activate
etkinleştir,harekete geçir
activate
aktif hale getirmek
activate
(Tıp) Etkinleştirmek, faaliyetini yükseltmek (enzim hakkında)
activate
(Askeri) FAAL HALE GETİRMEK, HİZMETE HAZIRLAMAK: Faal olmayan veya yedek durumunda bulunan bir gemi veya küçük deniz aracını faal hizmete hazırlamak
activate
(Tıp) Gelişimini tecrübe ışığı altında canlandırmak (verimsiz bir yumurta hakkında), etkin (faal) hale getirmek
activate
harekete geçirmek
activate
aktif hale getir

O bir hesabı aktif hale getirdi. - She activated an account.

activate
(Tıp) Reaksiyon gücünü artırmak (moleküller hakkında)
analyse par activation
(Kimya) aktivasyon yolu ile analiz
enzyme activation
(Tıp) enzim aktivasyonu
evasion and recovery selected area for evasion (SAFE) area activation request
(Askeri) kaçmak için seçilmiş kaçma ve kurtulma bölgesi (SAFE) bölge harekete geçme talebi
foil activation
(Nükleer Bilimler) varak aktivasyonu
missile site activation
(Askeri) FÜZE YERİNİN FAAL HALE GETİRİLMESİ: Bir füze fırlatma yerinin; bütün inşaat, hava-uzay yer teçhizatının teslim ve yerleştirilmesi, tam silah sisteminin harekat komutanlığınca kalibrasyon ve kontrolüyle tesellümü dahil- harekat hazırlık durumuna getirmesiyle ilgili işlem. Tesislerin, teçhizat ve hava uzay aracı plan ve proje hazırlıklarıyla ilgili hususlar bu tarifin tamamen dışında bırakılmıştır
neutron activation analysis
(Nükleer Bilimler) nötron ışırlık çözümlemesi
program activation task force
(Askeri) PROGRAM BAŞLATMA GÖREV EKİBİ
recovery activation signal
(Askeri) kurtarmayı başlatma işareti
site activation task force commander
(Askeri) MEVZİ BÖLGESİ GÖREV KUVVETİ KOMUTANI: Münferit kıtalararası balistik füze faaliyetlerinden ve tesislerin elverişli bir hareket durumuna getirilmesinden sorumlu şahıs
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Making active and effective
The process of making a radioisotope by bombarding a stable element with neutrons or protons
the activity of causing to have energy and be active
The activation Quartz crystal can be recognized by an inclined window located on the side (right or left) of the primary face of the crystal A left activation window increases the performance of left brain functions while a right activation increases, stimulates and enhances the performance of the right brain Using both can bring a melding and synthesis of the left and right brain
The process of transferring an enterprise bean from secondary storage to memory (See passivation )
making active and effective (as a bomb)
A unit can be activated once in a turn An activated unit can either expend accumulated CP by performing actions such as movement or firing, or it can perform no actions and instead accumulate another CP A unit which chooses to accumulate another CP is assumed to be engaged in planning and coordinating their next move
making active and effective (as a bomb) stimulation of activity in an organism or chemical
{i} turning on, making active, setting in motion
Programming of a wireless phone so that it is ready to be used to transmit and receive calls on the wireless network
OSF/Motif Style Guide: The process of initiating the activity associated with a choice
A process by which an immune system cell is "switched on" to deal with an infection
Elimination of a passive condition on a surface
The changing of a passive surface of a metal to a chemically active state Contrast with passivation
The process of preparing an object for execution
Viruses that have damage routines will activate when certain conditions are met, for example, on a certain date or when a particular action is taken by the user Viruses without damage routines don't activate, instead causing damage by stealing storage space (see Discovery)
The execution of an action Contrast: activation [OMA]
Configuration of a wireless phone so that it is ready to be used to transmit and receive calls on the wireless network
- When a metal is exposed to radiation, its composition can change by picking up additional neutrons and becoming a totally different isotope that is radioactively unstable
An issue or a loaded area that wasn't active has been activated, either by life or by the process facilitator It must be activated to be resolved
An ActiveX and OLE term meaning to place an object in a running state, which includes binding the object, or to invoke a method of the object See also binding
An abstract concept in cognitive psychology used to refer to the availability of information; sometimes thought of in terms of neural excitation (Anderson)
Sends a very similar command to the card that DIRECTV sends when activating programming, except it activates all the channels that could normally be subscribed to (hence PPV's, etc are not opened) DirecTV combats Activation by constantly sending down "wipe" commands, which clears the extra programming information from cards
treatment of a substance by heat, radiation, or activating reagent to produce a more complete or rapid chemical or physical change
Request for a Hyperbole button to perform its action Ordinarily the user presses a key which selects and activates a button
The changing of the passive surface of a metal to a chemically active state Contrast with passivation
Is any process by which high surface area is created In the instance of activated charcoal, activation is accomplished by firing in the absence of oxygen, which burns off volatiles, leaving voids and vacuoles In the case of alumina, the activation is formed by driving water from the crystal state to the vapor state
The implementation of business continuity procedures, activities and plans in response to a Business Continuity Emergency, Event, Incident and/or Crisis (E / I / C) See: Invocation
stimulation of activity in an organism or chemical
The chain of events that results in the creation of a COM object and the return of a valid pointer to an interface on that object In COM+, an object gets activated either in its own context or in that of its creator (an object that has requested the object being activated) COM+ services rely on appropriate activation of an object based on the object's configuration In the course of activation, the system determines the context in which the object runs, initializes the context properties, checks access permissions, and establishes a security identity See also activation security, activation type, context, Just-in-Time (JIT) Activation
The process of making an email address ready to use for transfers Whenever a new email address is entered, either as a Primary Email Address or an Alias, it must first be activated The Relay first sends a message to the specified email address, which describes the activation process and provides an activation code Next, the user visits the website and enters the email address and its activation code If all the credentials match, then the email address is activated and can be used with the Vortex Protocol Account activation is crucial to prevent unauthorized access to email accounts and prevents many forms of fraud
activation analyses
plural form of activation analysis
activation analysis
Any of several similar techniques in which a subatomic particle or gamma ray is captured by a nuclide to form a second stable nuclide which is then measured
activation energy
The energy required to initiate a reaction. For example, the flame from the fuse of a firecracker provides a small initial amount of energy, after which the explosive reaction proceeds by itself, releasing a considerably larger quantity of energy. A small push given to a stable but top-heavy object may cause it to fall over; the potential energy released during the fall was present in the system all along but could not be realized as long as the object was upright and balanced
activation analysis
A method for analyzing a material for its component chemical elements by bombarding it with nuclear particles or gamma rays and identifying the resultant radiations
activation code
Is the number generated when the administrator of an organization submits an order for licenses The activation code is specific to each organization, containing information about the types and number of licenses ordered by the organization Once the organization has obtained the activation code, it then has access to the Tenrox application, as determined by the licenses ordered
activation code
The word called out by a Transformer to initiate transformation In general, Maximals use "Maximize!" and Predacons used "Terrorize!"
activation energy
The amount of input energy required to begin a chemical reaction
activation energy
Measure of the sensitivity of a reaction rate to increase in temperature Activation energy is related to the fundamental energetics of a molecular reaction
activation energy
the energy with which particles must collide in order to react
activation energy
The energy required to initiate a reaction, such as diffusion
activation energy
the minimum energy necessary to form an activated complex in a reaction
activation energy
The amount of energy needed to allow a reaction to proceed (aka energy hump or energy barrier) Needed to form transition structure
activation energy
the energy required to make a collision (of molecules) sufficient enough to form the transition state
activation energy
Minimum amount of energy (heat, electromagnetic radiation, or electrical energy) required to activate atoms or molecules to a condition in which it is equally likely that they will undergo chemical reaction or transport as it is that they will return to their original state. Chemists posit a transition state between the initial conditions and the product conditions and theorize that the activation energy is the amount of energy required to boost the initial materials "uphill" to the transition state; the reaction then proceeds "downhill" to form the product materials. Catalysts (including enzymes) lower the activation energy by altering the transition state. Activation energies are determined by experiments that measure them as the constant of proportionality in the equation describing the dependence of reaction rate on temperature, proposed by Svante Arrhenius. See also entropy, heat of reaction
activation energy
The difference in potential energy between reactants and the transition state
activation energy
The energy that must be provided to the reactants in a chemical reaction to reach an intermediate or activated state from which the products of the reaction can form
activation energy
the energy that an atomic system must acquire before a process (such as an emission or reaction) can occur; "catalysts are said to reduce the energy of activation during the transition phase of a reaction
activation energy
In a chemical reaction, the energy that must be added to the reactants in order to allow a reaction to occur See Arrhenius equation, preexponential factor
activation energy
for the forward reaction is the energy required to go from reactants to the transition state The activation energy for the reverse reaction is the energy required to go from products to the transition state
activation energy
minimum amount of energy needed for reaction to occurCatalyst: chemical added to a system to lower the activation energy and speed up the reaction (Heterogeneous: catalyst is in a different phase than reactants; Homogeneous: catalyst is in the same phase as reactants, i e both liquids)
activation energy
An amount of energy required by colliding molecules to complete a chemical reaction
activation energy
The difference in energy between the ground state and transition state The amount of activation energy required by a reaction determines the rate at which the reaction proceeds Most reactions have activation energies of 40-100 kJ/mol
activation energy
A term used in kinetics to indicate the amount of energy required to bring all molecules in one mole of a substance to their reactive state at a given temperature Conceptually, this energy barrier must be overcome to get a reaction to go forward At higher activation energies, reactions are slower if temperature and composition are constant It is usually determined from an Arrhenius plot of the inverse of the absolute temperature vs rates of reaction at different temperatures
activation energy
The minimum energy required for a collision to be able to result in reaction
activation energy
(Ea) - The energy level that must be overcome by the reactants in a chemical reaction in order for the reaction to occur
activation key
{i} (Computers and Internet) series of numbers and letters put in a .KEY file enabling a person to complete the installation of a license for a product purchased and setting it in motion
CH activation
Any of a wide range of techniques, often using catalysts, in which a carbon to hydrogen covalent bond of an organic compound is made to cleave in order to replace the hydrogen with a functional group
activate
To turn on
activate
To put into action, to put to work
automatic activation device
Automatic activation device, a "fail-safe" device often used in a parachute pack to automatically deploy the reserve if a predetermined altitude is passed at a high rate of speed
Activate
To prevent fraud, many card issuers require you to call them when you receive your new card in the mail to verify that the correct person has received it Until proper ownership is confirmed, the card may not be activated
Activate
To point with the mouse pointer and double-click, successfully causing something to happen
Activate
To validate the contents of a policy set and make it the active policy set
Activate
put in motion or move to act; "trigger a reaction"; "actuate the circuits"
Activate
To open an OLE object in its source application so that you can explore or change the object If an object is activated in place, it opens in the window in which it is linked or embedded, and the toolbars and menus of the source application merge with those in the window PowerPlay
Activate
To bring an issue into focus The person must have attention on it and there must be something unresolved about it
Activate
(Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
Activate
In GRADE diagrams, you can activate a symbol by clicking on it with your left mouse button Activation is usually the initial step before resizing or repositioning a symbol, deleting or copying it or changing its contents An activated symbol appears in a red frame (In the context of prototyping, activation has a different meaning; see also Activation path )
Activate
The process by which a surface applied herbicide becomes phytotoxic after a rainfall Activation results from movement of the herbicide into the soil where it can be absorbed by seeds of weed seedlings, and not from any chemical change in the active ingredient
Activate
- to change a site in a webring in the WebRing com system from suspended status to active status This is done on the Manage Member Pages page
Activate
(1) to accelerate a reaction or increase chemical activity such as to moisten a dry water-based adhesive to bring its adhesive qualities to usefulness
Activate
To restore the normal alarming capability of a device which was previously locked out The opposite of lock out
Activate
Motif Style Guide: To initiate the activity associated with a choice
Activate
To make a window active by bringing it to the front
Activate
make more adsorptive; "activate a metal"
Activate
When objects are activated their mailbox flag is set to "on"
Activate
To turn on, supply power, or enable systems, equipment, or devices to become active by normal control means Examples include turning on the gas or water supply valves to the fixtures and appliances and activating electrical breakers or fuses
Activate
To move a server from the inactive (unavailable) state to the state in which it is up and running (active)
Activate
make (substances) radioactive
Activate
The process of validating the contents of a policy set and copying the policy set to the ACTIVE policy set
Activate
OSF/Motif Style Guide: To initiate the activity associated with a choice
Activate
To begin or turn on the operation of a feature
Activate
To initiate the activity associated with a choice
Activate
To activate is to set in motion; to make active
Activate
A widget is usually activated when you release a mouse button while pointing at an armed widget
Activate
Building command that triggers a command with a mouse-click
Activate
aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter
Activate
student record is marked active in the system Student assessments may be recorded and the record may be viewed All student records are active by default
Activate
In this document, the verb "to activate" means (depending on context) either: To execute or carry out one or more behaviors associated with an enabled element To execute or carry out one or more behaviors associated with a component of the user agent user interface The effect of activation depends on the type of enabled element or user interface control For instance, when a link is activated, the user agent generally retrieves the linked Web resource When a form element is activated, it may change state (e g , check boxes) or may take user input (e g , a text entry field)
activate
make active or more active; "activate an old file"
activate
Put to work
activate
If a device or process is activated, something causes it to start working. Video cameras with night vision can be activated by movement. a voice-activated computer. + activation ac·ti·va·tion A computer controls the activation of an air bag. to make an electrical system or chemical process start working   deactivate
activate
make (substances) radioactive aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter make more adsorptive; "activate a metal
activate
make active or more active; "activate an old file" make (substances) radioactive aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter make more adsorptive; "activate a metal
activate
To make active
activate
{f} set in motion, make active, start; speed up a reaction (Chemistry); make radioactive (Physics)
activate
Turn on
activate
Put into action
activation

    Расстановка переносов

    ac·ti·va·tion

    Турецкое произношение

    äktıveyşın

    Произношение

    /ˌaktəˈvāsʜən/ /ˌæktəˈveɪʃən/

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