Doğru olan cümleleri değiştirmeyiniz. Bunun yerine, doğal-görünen alternatif çeviriler önerebilirsiniz. - Don't change sentences that are correct. You can, instead, submit natural-sounding alternative translations.
Teklif ettiğine alternatif yok mudur? - Is there no alternative to what you propose?
(Askeri) YEDEK HAVA MEYDANI: Acil iniş sahası olarak, veya esas yada sefer yedeği hava meydanları kullanılmaz hale geldiği veya taktik esneklik gerektiği zaman kullanılmak için gerekli asgari tesisleri bulunan hava meydanı. Ayrıca bakınız: "alternate airfield"
Alternative is used to describe something that is different from the usual things of its kind, or the usual ways of doing something, in modern Western society. For example, an alternative lifestyle does not follow conventional ways of living and working. unconventional parents who embraced the alternative lifestyle of the Sixties conventional
In the diagram definition window, select the Alternative diagram type to create an alternative version of a BP diagram
one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen; "what option did I have?"; "there no other alternative"; "my only choice is to refuse"
One of several policies, plans, or projects proposed for selection by decision-makers
One of a number of specific transportation improvement proposals, alignments, options, design choices, etc in a study Following detailed analysis, one improvement alternative is chosen for implementation Sometimes, the term "alternate" is used interchangeably with "alternative "
Any one of a number of transportation proposals for a project including: no-build, new alignment (offline), and network upgrade (online) Alternatives are developed during the preliminary alternatives analysis phase
Way of reducing adverse effects of hazardous materials (HAZMAT) Alternatives, as applied to HAZMAT decision-making, include, but are not limited to, substituting less hazardous or non-hazardous material; redesigning a component to exclude use of HAZMAT in manufacture, use, or maintenance; modifying processes or procedures; restricting users; consumptive use; on-demand supply; direct ordering; extending shelf life; regenerating spent material; downgrading and reuse of spent material; use of waste as raw material in other manufacturing, and combinations of those factors Alternatives are to be analyzed in a "could cost" approach, considering how to achieve the lowest cost while ensuring protection of human health and the environment
The answer part of a multiple-choice question A correct alternative is called a "key" An incorrect alternative is called a "distracter"
General term that refers to possible approaches to meeting the project purpose and need Typically refers to the No-Build Alternative, the Improved Roadway Alternative (ASDEIS IRA), and the Build Alternative
providing or expressing a choice, as in: An alternative to designing your own Web site is hiring a professional
A non-mainstream comic The rec arts comics alternative charter and FAQ contain a definition of alternative which spells out how to determine whether or not a comic is alternative The archetypical alternative is Cerebus, published by Dave Sim's Aardvark-Vanaheim
Guitar-based rock with desultory male vocalists or chirpy female vocalists It grew in response to the last gasp of dinosaur bands from the 1970s and from the commercial success of bands such as Nirvana and Pearl Jam Also known as modern rock
Under the National Environmental Policy Act, a comprehensive management strategy When a federal agency is considering an action, the agency must develop and analyze a range of alternatives The alternatives must show a reasonable range of actions, including a "no action" alternative
One of two or more things, courses or propositions to be chosen (Webster, 1974) In applying this to cancer treatment this means making a choice to use some treatment other than what is traditionally offered by the medical community in the treatment of cancer itself
One of a number of specific transportation improvement proposals, alignments, options, design choices, etc , in a defined project area For a transportation project, alternatives to be studied normally include the no-action alternative, an upgrading of the existing roadway alternative, new transportation routes and locations, transportation systems management strategies, multi-modal alternatives, if warranted, and any combinations of the above
Any one number of transportation proposals for a project including: no-build, new alignment (offline), and network upgrade (online) Alternatives are developed during the preliminary alternatives analysis phase
a philistine who differs from the stereotype What we now call A is used to be considered a good norm But in the course of time evil has replaced true values by false images with rotten content The result is a flourishing culture deprived of spiritual and moral values
A set of possible solutions to the collection of Problem Statements A number of Alternatives, which address the management problems to varying degrees, are identified and evaluated for their effects on people and the environment Each Alternative must address each of the management problems to some level within the range of possible solutions
One of a number of specific transportation improvement proposals, alignments, options, design choices, etc , in a defined study area For a transportation project, alternatives to be studied normally include the no-action alternative, an upgrading of the existing roadway alternative, new transportation routes and locations, transportation systems management strategies, multi-modal alternatives, if warranted, and any combinations of the above
An alternative plan or offer is different from the one that you already have, and can be done or used instead. There were alternative methods of travel available = other, alternate
Alternative energy uses natural sources of energy such as the sun, wind, or water for power and fuel, rather than oil, coal, or nuclear power. W3S2 something you can choose to do or use instead of something else alternative to
The form alternate is sometimes used, especially in American English, instead of alternative in meanings 3., 4., and 5
A choice between more than two things; one of several things offered to choose among
An offer of two things, one of which may be chosen, but not both; a choice between two things, so that if one is taken, the other must be left
A voting system in which each voter lists the candidates in order of preference. At each stage the candidate with the least votes is excluded and their votes transferred according to the voters preferences
(énergie de remplacement) Alternative energy is generally defined as including renewable energy sources, such as biomass, small hydro, solar, wind, geothermal, tidal energy and photovoltaic conversion systems In addition, the term covers new transportation fuels (such as ethanol from renewable energy sources) and new applications of conventional energy sources (such as the use of propane and natural gas as automotive fuels, and batteries in electric vehicles)
Any of various renewable power sources to use in place of fossil fuels and uranium. Fusion devices (see nuclear fusion) are believed by some to be the best long-term option, because their primary energy source would be deuterium, abundant in ordinary water. Other technologies include solar energy, wind power, tidal power, wave power, hydroelectric power, and geothermal energy. The amount of energy in such renewable and virtually pollution-free sources is large in relation to world energy needs, yet at present only a small portion of it can be converted to electric power at reasonable cost
Refers to a host of non-carbon based providers of fuel and electricity Clearly, the world's reliance on fossil fuels has resulted in a multitude of environmental, social, and economic problems Cleaner, cheaper, more reliable sources of energy are available for use by factories, cars and trucks, buildings Some examples include: fuel cells, solar, wind, biofuels, and waves Learn more at: Alternative Enegy Institute
As defined under the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 1992: Compressed Natural Gas (CNG); Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG); Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)/Propane; Methanol; Ethanol; Electric; Biodiesel Hybrid vehicles are also generally included as alternative fuel vehicles, though are currently not defined under EPAct
any fuel for vehicles other than petroleum-based fuels examples: solar, electric, compressed natural gas, propane, alcohol, and hydrogen biomass - renewable source of energy that has been stored as plant and animal material; producing fuels from living materials or decayed waste materials; examples: manure, wood, compost, ethanol from corn, methane from landfillscalorie amount of heat energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water
are fuels such as methanol, ethanol, natural gas, and liquid petroleum gas that are cleaner and help to meet mobile and stationary emission standards These fuels may be used in place of less clean fuels for powering motor vehicles
Health care services outside the traditional medical practice, this type of care can include such therapies as: acupuncture, holistic medicine, homeopathy, non-medical massage therapy, herbal therapy, hypnosis, naturopathy, and biofeedback
A variety of therapeutic or preventive health care practices, such as homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, and herbal medicine, that do not follow generally accepted medical methods and may not have a scientific explanation for their effectiveness. or complementary medicine Any of a broad range of healing approaches not used in conventional Western medicine. Many are holistic (see holistic medicine); many also emphasize prevention and education. Alternative therapies include acupuncture, aromatherapy, Ayurveda medicine, Chinese medicine, chiropractic, herbal medicine, homeopathy, massage, meditation, naturopathy, therapeutic touch, and Yoga. Though considered alternative in the West, such medicine is the main source of health care for up to 80% of people in less-developed countries. Some alternative-medicine practices are useless or harmful; others are effective and may offer treatments in areas where conventional approaches have not succeeded (e.g., chronic disorders)
Treatments that have not traditionally been used in standard Western medicine, and are not widely taught in medical schools These may include naturopathic medicine (herbs and plants), homeopathy, traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, and others
A list of possible choices from which you may select only one, as in "Would you like door A, B, or C?" Alternatives in regular expressions are separated with a vertical bar: | Alternatives in normal Perl expressions are separated with a double vertical bar: || You might say there are two alternatives for alternatives (Then again, you might not Your choice )
A major prevention model and approach to substance abuse prevention The underlying assumption is that illicit drug use becomes a less attractive outlet for individuals who are involved with constructive activities of their own choosing
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