attribute

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} bağlamak
{f} atfetmek
{f} dayandırmak
{i} özellik
{f} (bir nedene) bağlamak; -e yormak
{i} sıfat
{i} nitelik

Tanrıların tüm niteliklerinden acınacak bulduğum, onların intihar etme yeteneksizlikleridir. - Out of all the attributes of the gods, the one I find most pitiable is their inability to commit suicide.

Bir liderin bütün niteliklerine sahipti. - He had all the attributes of a leader.

sıfat veya benzeri
(Kanun) isnad etmek
hamletme
(Kanun) ithaf etmek
(Dilbilim) niteleyici
atfetme
hassa
(Politika, Siyaset) atıf
izafe etmek
doğal özellik
simge
vermek
yormak
sembol
inanmak
bir nedene bağlamak
mahmul
{f} -e mal etmek, -e atfetmek
yüklem
{i} araz
özellik,v.bağla: n.özellik
{i} sıfat, nitelik, vasıf
öznitelik
yetki
verme
attribute to
atfetmek
attribute to
-e mal etmek
attribute to
-e bağlamak
attribute to
-e yormak
attribute a partner to god
eşkoşmak
attribute name
(Bilgisayar) öznitelik adı
attribute to
kondurmak
attribute type
(Bilgisayar) öznitelik türü
attribute value
(Bilgisayar) öznitelik değeri
attribute to
yormak
attribute to
bağlamak
attribute to
mal etmek
attribute of
Özelliğin
attribute something to
öznitelik bir şey
attribute a meaning
anlam yüklemek
attribute a meaning to
anlam yüklemek
attribute importance
önem atfetmek
attribute object
Öznitelik Nesnesi
attribute value to
değer atfetmek
attribution
{i} özellik
attributable
nitelenebilir
attributable
verilebilir
attributable
yüklenebilir
attributed
atfedilmiş

Bu tablo Monet'e atfedilmiştir. - This painting is attributed to Monet.

Bu tablo Pikaso'ya atfedilmiştir. - This painting is attributed to Picasso.

attributable
(Kanun) isnat edilebilir
attribution
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yüklem
attribution
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yükleme
extended attribute error
(Bilgisayar) ek öznitelik hatası
archive attribute
arşiv niteliği
attributable
atfolunabilir
attribution
yorma
attribution
niteleme
data attribute
veri özelliği
database attribute
veri tabanı özelliği
attributed
alakalı olmak,sebep olmak
attributing
atfederek
attribution
dayandırma
feature, characteristic, attribute
özellik, karakteristik, öznitelik
generic attribute
genel özellik
system attribute
sistem özniteliği
attributable
dayandırılabilir
attributable
yorulabilir
attribution
nitelik/atıf
attribution
mal etme
attribution
{i} sıfat
attribution
{i} nitelik
attribution
{i} atıf
attribution
bağlama
attribution
{i} atfetme
auto attribute
özdevimli öznitelik
extended attribute
Uzatılmış Öznitelik
extended attribute file
Uzatılmış Öznitelik Dosyası
file attribute
kutuk (dosya) ozniteligi
ldap attribute name
LDAP Uzantı Adı
ldap attribute name
HDEK Uzantı Adı
object attribute
Nesne Özniteliği
text attribute
metin özniteliği
video attribute
video türü
video attribute
video turu
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
That which is predicated or affirmed of a subject; a predicate; an accident
An item with which a method, etc. may be decorated

There are some more implementations which use C# attributes to define custom attributes specific to the AOP engine. Then the classes that need to be intercepted will be decorated with these custom attributes.

The applicable option selection; a variable or a value

This packet has its coherency attribute set to zero.

(used with to before the object) To associate ownership or authorship with

This poem is attributed to Browning.

A word that qualifies a noun

In the clause My jacket is more expensive than yours, My is the attribute of jacket.

A characteristic or quality of a thing

His finest attribute is his kindness.

{i} quality, characteristic; adjective (Grammar)
{v} to suppose to belong to, ascribe, impute
{n} a property, inherent quality, mark
1. (verb - attribute something to) regard something as belonging to or being caused by. 2. (noun) a quality or feature regarded as characteristic or inherent. 3. (noun) a material object recognized as representative of a person, status, or office
a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished; "self-confidence is not an endearing property"
1 A characteristic trait, quality or property of a geographic feature described by numbers, characters, images and CAD drawings; typically stored in tabular format and linked to the feature by a user-assigned identifier (e g , the attributes of a well might include depth and gallons per minute) 2 A column in a database table 3 Non-graphic information associated with a point, line, or area element in a GIS
a feature or characteristic or property of something - as opposed to the thing or substance having the attribute, in which the attribute inheres
A trait or characteristic of a feature on a map For example, attributes of a county may include its area, perimeter, name, total population, etc Attributes can be viewed through the attribute table such as within a shapefile
A characteristic of an entity [WD15782] Information, excluding the public key, key identities and algorithm identifier, which is provided by the entity or the CA and certified by the CA in an Attribute Certificate Examples include the CA's liability limitations and binding information [x930: 3][x957] (see also entity) (includes Attribute Authority, attribute certificate)
A conventional symbol of office, character, or identity, added to any particular figure; as, a club is the attribute of Hercules
An attributte makes available extra information regarding the element on which it appears The attributes always appear as a name-value pair on the initialization pointers Example of an attribute is id="identification", which gives the attribute id the value identification
To ascribe; to consider (something) as due or appropriate (to); to refer, as an effect to a cause; to impute; to assign; to consider as belonging (to)
An attribute is a parameter to an element declared in the DTD An attribute's type and value range, including a possible default value, are defined in the DTD
One attributte makes available extra information regarding the element on which it appears The attributes always appear as a name-value pair on the initialization pointers Example of an attribute is id="identification", which gives to the attribute id the value identification
If a piece of writing, a work of art, or a remark is attributed to someone, people say that they wrote it, created it, or said it. This, and the remaining frescoes, are not attributed to Giotto
Reputation
A quantity describing an instance An attribute has a domain defined by the attribute type, which denotes the values that can be taken by an attribute The following domain types are common
A descriptor applied to a search term that specifies how the term is to be treated when used for searching a target database (eg personal name or corporate name) Attributes are collected into sets and registered by the Z39 50 Maintenance Agency BIB-1 was originally the only attribute set (designed specifically for searching databases of bibliographic records), but there are now also others
(1) A characteristic that identifies and describes a managed object The characteristic can be determined, and possibly changed, through operations on the managed object (2) Information within a managed object that is visible at the object boundary An attribute has a type, which indicates the range of information given by the attribute, and a value, which is within that range
A numeric, text, or image data field in a relational data base table that describes a spatial feature such as a point, line, node, area or cell 2 A characteristic of a geographic feature described by numbers or characters,typically stored in tabular format, and linked to the feature by an identifier For example, attributes of a well (represented by a point) might include depth, pump type, location, and gallons per minute 6
Characteristics of a computer file Attributes can be changed by using Explorer or My Computer in Windows95/98/NT Click File, then Properties Attributes include Read Only, Hidden, and Archive
The second element is a string which will be typeset in the same way as attribute names within feature structures, e g [/attribute (synsem)]
If you attribute something to an event or situation, you think that it was caused by that event or situation. Women tend to attribute their success to external causes such as luck. = ascribe
That which is attributed; a quality which is considered as belonging to, or inherent in, a person or thing; an essential or necessary property or characteristic
NCL: A singly-dimensioned datum of any type that is assigned to a variable using the ' @ ' operator An attribute of a variable contains descriptive information about the variable
A characteristic of a geographic feature described by numbers or characters, typically stored in tabular format, and linked to the feature For example, attributes of a well, represented by a point on the map, might include depth, pump type, location and gallons-per-minute
an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of an entity
denoted by an attributive; an attributive adjunct or adjective
An attribute provides more information about an element such as classification level, unique reference identifiers, or formatting information
An attribute is a quality or feature that someone or something has. Cruelty is a normal attribute of human behaviour = characteristic. a quality or feature, especially one that is considered to be good or useful
A value that is associated with an element but is not part of the content of the element (that is, text or sub-elements) For example, the URL part of an anchor is an attribute; you would use an attribute to specify the alignment of an image In an HTML file, the attributes are actually located inside the element's start-tag, but when you're editing in HoTMetaL PRO, you view and edit attributes using the Edit SGML Attributes command
attribute or credit to; "We attributed this quotation to Shakespeare"; "People impute great cleverness to cats"
As applied to Web site development, an attribute is an instruction included within an HTML tag that provides details about how the tag should be rendered For example, when you include a <font> tag, you can further define your font by using attributes such as size, face, and color Once you include your attributes, your tag might look like this
is an inherent characteristic of the parent object Typically, this is a data item whose value affects the operation or behavior of the object and is settable by owner of the object For example, the user may supply values for attributes of a job
Attributes augment the element on which they appear; they also provide additional information about the element Attributes appear as name-value pairs in the element's start-tag For example, to assign the value hostname to the Role attribute of SystemItem, you would use the mark up: <systemitem role="hostname">
Quality, etc
{f} ascribe to; credit with
If you attribute a particular quality or feature to someone or something, you think that they have got it. People were beginning to attribute superhuman qualities to him. = ascribe
To associate ownership or authorship with
Each attribute of a relation stores a piece of information about an object Attributes are represented as columns in a table Each attribute in a relation is unique and contains atomic values The number of attributes in a relation is called the degree of the relation
n (of a character) a program-visible aspect of the character The only standardized attribute of a character is its code_2, but implementations are permitted to have additional implementation-defined attributes See section Character Attributes {"An implementation that support fonts might make font information an attribute of a character, while others might represent font information separately from characters "}
In Entity-Relationship modeling, an identifiable characteristic of an entity For example, lastName can be an attribute of an Employee entity An attribute typically corresponds to a column in a database table See also entity; relationship
decide as to where something belongs in a scheme; "The biologist assigned the mushroom to the proper class"
A property of an entity; for example, the color of a building, the width of a road, or the accuracy level of a database Defined subtypes of an attribute are the feature attribute, coverage attribute, database attribute, and library attribute
attribute something to
Regard something as belonging to or being caused by
attribute chart
(Ticaret) Results of quality tests that charts the percent and number of products or quality characteristics that do not conform to specification
attribute data
Data that relate to a specific, precisely defined location The data are often statistical but may be text, images or multi-media These are linked in the GIS to spatial data that define the location
attribute data
Attributes data are qualitative data that can be counted for recording and analysis Examples include the presence or absence of a required label, the installation of all required fasteners Attributes data are not acceptable for production part submissions unless variables data cannot be obtained The control charts based on attribute data are percent chart, number of affected units chart, count chart, count-per-unit chart, quality score chart, and demerit chart
attribute data
Data that describe the characteristics of spatial features
attribute data
go/no-go information The control charts based on attribute data include percent chart, number of affected units chart, count chart, count-per-unit chart, quality score chart, and demerit chart
attribute data
Non-dimensional data which provides additional descriptive information about multidimensional data, for example a class or feature such as a bridge or a road
attribute data
Data coming from essentially yes/no, pass/fail tests of whether the samples conform to specifications These may be used with weighting schemes
attribute data
Can assume a qualitative value, such as blue, premium, defective See variable data
attribute to
ascribe to, consider as belonging to, associate with
attributable
Allowed to be attributed
attribution
An explicit or formal acknowledgment of ownership or authorship

The attribution of the quote is widely regarded as dubious.

to attribute
impute
attributable
{a} that may be ascribed, imputable
attribution
{n} the act of ascribing, qualities ascribed
archive attribute
quality of an archive, marking of a file in a DOS environment which indicates that it has been changed since the last backup
attributable
capable of being attributed
attributable
capable of being attributed; "the collapse of the movement was attributable to a lack of morale"; "an idea attributable to a Russian
attributable
capable of being attributed; "the collapse of the movement was attributable to a lack of morale"; "an idea attributable to a Russian"
attributable
If something is attributable to an event, situation, or person, it is likely that it was caused by that event, situation or person. 10,000 deaths a year from chronic lung disease are attributable to smoking. likely to have been caused by something attributable to
attributable
Capable of being attributed; ascribable; imputable
attributable
{s} assignable, chargeable, imputable
attributed
past of attribute
attributes
Listing attributes of concepts
attributes
Information describing a software object's characteristics For example, product attributes include revision number, tag (name), and contents (list of filesets) Fileset attributes include tag, revision, kernel, and reboot File attributes include mode, owner, and group An essential part of the Product Specification File, attributes include such information as the product's short name or tag, a one-line, full-name title or a one-paragraph description of the object Other attributes include a multi-paragraph README file, a copyright information statement and others
attributes
plural of attribute
attributes
The data encapsulated by an object The only data which should be declared as part of an object's attributes is the data required to describe the object's state at any particular time For example, the attributes of a circle are its radius and the coordinates of its center The actual code for implementing circle objects might require other data items for calculations, but these would not be considered part of the attributes for that object
attributes
Attributes provide extra information about elements For example, in the markup <img src="example gif"> 'img' is the name of the element and 'src' is the name of an attribute of the element
attributes
Attributes are the stylistic properties of an object Attributes of text include size, case, boldness Attributes of graphics include line thickness, fill colour and line colour A set of attributes applied to an object is called a style
attributes
Slot names associated with Hyperbole buttons An attribute value is associated with each button attribute
attributes
A descriptor, values of which are generally associated with individual entities of a specific type
attributes
The title of "Saint" will not be used when referring to someone in their status as author: Jerome, and not St Jerome (although the qualification of St will occur in iconography, where the medieval intent was indeed to emphasize him qua saint) Other appellations will also be omitted whenever possible: Hugh of Cluny is equally as understandable as and preferable to Hugh, abbot of Cluny On the other hand, when an author is only known with a title as part of his name, the title will be used: Sir Philip Sidney Other attributes may be included if normal/desired, in English when feasible: Philip the Good of Burgundy; Lorenzo il Magnifico de' Medici
attributes
In a database record, the name or structure of a field The size of a field or the type of information it contains would also be attributes of a database record In markup languages such as Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) and HTML, a name-value pair within a tagged element that modifies certain features of that element
attributes
Individual components of the attributes object Attributes specify detailed properties about the objects to be created See also attributes object
attributes
associated descriptive attribute data
attributes
Describes an aspect of an HTML tag that is modified with a value Autoresponder (or Infobot): A type of email account that automatically responds to requests for information with a prewritten message   (See also, smart autoresponder ) Bandwidth: How much data you can send through a connection Usually measured in kilobits per second (Kbps) or kilobytes per second (Kbps) Baud (or kbps): A measurement of how fast data flows through your modem
attributes
Additional portions of code found within opening tags that modify the action of the tag Attributes can be required and must be included or optional and may be omitted
attributes
A technique for describing access to and properties of files and directories within a filing system For NetWare files, attributes include Read, Write, Create, Delete and Execute Only (prevents files from being deleted or copied) For NetWare directories, attributes include Read, Write, Create, Execute and Hidden (hides information about the directory from file listings, preventing unauthorized access, deletion or copying)
attributes
An attribute is a property of an instance that may be used to determine its classification For example, when classifying objects into different types in a robotic vision task, the size and shape of an instance may be appropriate attributes Determining useful attributes that can be reasonably calculated may be a difficult job - for example, what attributes of an arbitrary chess end-game position would you use to decide who can win the game? This particular attribute selection problem has been solved, but with considerable effort and difficulty Attributes are sometimes also called features
attributes
Characteristics that modify the result of a tag For example, the WIDTH attribute used with the horizontal rule tag (HR) changes the normal width of full screen to the percentage identified with the WIDTH attribute
attributes
An attribute is a name-datatype-value tuple associated with a variable or dataset Attributes are stored in the DAS response, which supports nesting of attribute containers Containers whose names match those of variables defined in the DDS hold attributes for those variables All other containers hold attributes that pertain to the entire dataset
attributes
Questionnaire items used to measure performance and actual importance When sorted into groups based on the consistency of response, these attributes then become part of a potential value drive (factor)
attributes
Archaeologists tend to classify or type artifacts and features This is done by looking at attributes Attributes are the smallest unit of analysis An attribute is a characteristic such as color or a measurement of length or width
attributes
Attributes, also called feature codes or classification attributes, are used to describe map information represented by a node, line, or area For example, an attribute code for an area might identify it to be a lake or swamp; an attribute code for a line might identify a road, railroad, stream, or shoreline
attributes
third-person singular of attribute
attributes
Attributes are data fields that represent some property of the containing object that is shared by all instances of the object's class Attributes normally have names (e g , "Address") and Types (e g , "String" or "Boolean") An example of this would be the "Address" of a "User " Related Links PDL Attribute Types the section called Model and Object Type in Chapter 2 See Also: Property
attributes
The elements that make up a coin's grade The main ones are marks (hairlines for Proofs), luster, strike, and eye appeal
attributes
Extra defining elements used with HTML tags For example using horizontal rule <hr> tag, size of rule can be defined the size attribute e g <hr size=36>
attributes
“Strikethrough” (i e , do not just erase) any attributes that are no longer required For our entry purposes, it is only necessary to enter the actual component; we can fill in the rest
attributes
A set of data that can be attached to both jobs and tasks to help describe and identify their purpose and contents Attributes are stored in an AttributeMap as name-value pairs
attributing
Present participle of to attribute
attribution
See: Detection and attribution
attribution
A process that (1) uses State-reported motor fuel tax revenue data, estimates missing data, and adjusts the data as required to determine on-highway use of motor fuels within each State; (2) uses this determination to find the proportion of each State's usage in comparison to all other States; and (3) attributes the Federal Highway Trust Fund receipts to highway users in each State
attribution
That which is ascribed or attributed
attribution
a mental explanation pointing to the cause or causes of a person's behavior, including the behavior of the person making the attribution
attribution
► indicates who the author or originator is of a particular idea, set of words, or work Attribution in a paper usually includes citing the source of an idea or text at the point it is used in the paper and then tying it to a detailed citation in a footnote on the same page or endnotes or bibliography at the end of the paper
attribution
In the context of climate change, this is the linking of observed global warming during the 20th century to the enhanced greenhouse effect This is achieved by comparing observed changes in temperature with those predicted to occur by computer modelling See also detection
attribution
An idea or belief about the etiology of a certain behavior
attribution
The process by which causes or motives are assigned to explain peoples' behavior
attribution
The act of attributing or ascribing, as a quality, character, or function, to a thing or person, an effect to a cause
attribution
assigning some quality or character to a person or thing; "the attribution of language to birds"; "the ascription to me of honors I had not earned
attribution
The process by which causes or motives are assigned to explain peoples' behavior [3]
attribution
The assignment of meaning to people's behavior (See 51)
attribution
As used in this lesson, the belief about the cause of or factors contributing to academic success or failure; a student can be taught to attribute success in reading to a combination of personal effort, ability and strategy use
attribution
Gerund form of attribute; an explicit or formal acknowledgment of ownership or authorship
attribution
the variety of a coin according to specialized reference works
attribution
The causal link of one thing to another; e g the extent to which observed (or expected to be observed) changes can be linked to a specific intervention in view of the effects of other interventions or confounding factors
attribution
The process of trying to explain why things happenthat is, attribute them to some cause (p 630)
attribution
An opinion of an objects age, origin and authorship Seldom is an attribution without inherent doubt and therefore is noted as such If a piece of furniture is attributed to, lets say, Chippendale it is usually referred to as "attributed to Chippendale", if it is signed it is refered to as "by Chippendale", and if it is made in the Chippendale manner it is a "Chippendale style" piece
attribution
The identification and classification of a numismatic item by a characteristic such as date, period, composition, issuing mint, denomination, etc
attribution
The identification of a syngraphic item by characte-ristics such issuing authority, date or period, printer, denomination, paper, watermark and by standard reference
attribution
The causal link between observed (or expected) changes and a specific intervention in view of the effects of other interventions or confounding factors With regard to attribution for the achievement of outcomes, ADRs aim to demonstrate a credible linkage between UNDP's outputs and efforts in partnership with others and the development results (outcome)
attribution
the designation of a coin's variety according to standard reference books
attribution
assigning to a cause or source; "the attribution of lighting to an expression of God's wrath"; "he questioned the attribution of the painting to Picasso"
attribution
The process of associating the identity of a borrower with his or her signature
attribution
{i} reference; quality, trait
attribution
Attribution is the concept of treating a person as owning an interest in a business that is not actually owned by that person
attribution
the causal link of one thing to another (see also EC Attribution)
attribution
The process of assigning a coin to a certain country, era, or ruler; or even to a particular year of issue Most coins can be attributed without difficulty, either on sight or with the help of one of the standard reference guides
attribution
Constructive ownership - where the tax law assigns to one taxpayer the ownership interest of another taxpayer
attribution
assigning some quality or character to a person or thing; "the attribution of language to birds"; "the ascription to me of honors I had not earned"
file attribute
code which indicates the properties of a file
attribute
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