concordance

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
ahenk
uygunluk
uyum
mutabık
bir kitaptaki bütün kelimelerin metindeki yerini gösteren dizin
uyumluluk
{i} dizin
harmony
ahenk

Kız kardeşler birbirleriyle ahenk içerisinde yaşadı. - The sisters lived in harmony with each other.

harmony
armoni
harmony
uyum

Köpeğim ve kedim birbirleriyle uyum içinde yaşarlar. - My dog and cat live in harmony with each other.

Doğayla uyum içinde yaşamayı öğrenmeliyiz. - We must learn to live in harmony with nature.

concordance program
uyuşma programı
harmony
gönül birliği
harmony
adaptasyon
harmony
uyarlanma
harmony
intibak
harmony
düzenlik
harmony
akort
harmony
{i} düzen
harmony
bağdaşma
harmony
uygunluk
harmony
ahenk ilmi
harmony
{i} harmoni

Beşinci Harmoni inanılmaz bir kız grubudur. - Fifth Harmony is an amazing girl group.

harmony
{i} müz. armoni
structural concordance
yapısal konkordans
structural concordance
yapısal uyumluluk
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An alphabetical verbal index showing the places in the text of a book where each principal word may be found, with its immediate context in each place

His knowledge of the Bible was such, that he might have been called a living concordance.

concord; agreement
agreement; accordance; consonance

Contrasts, and yet concordances.

a list of occurrences of a word or phrase from a corpus, with the immediate context
harmony
{n} an index to the scriptures
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Search patterns in their context This is an analysis that shows search patterns and their context in one line (similiar to KWICs) The search patterns are in the center of a line, the rest consists of the context before and after the search pattern In INTEXT the length of the line is variable, and the results can be formatted in two ways: as short and long concordances The default line length for short concordances is 79 characters, for long ones 131 characters
{i} agreement, harmony; alphabetical listing (in a book)
An alphabetical listing of all the important words in a text and their textual locations; a useful tool for studying biblical themes See the Bibliography of this text
is that on account of which goodness, greatness etc agree in unity and plurality
An alphabetical index of principal words in a book A Bible concordance is an enormously practical aid to finding scriptures Even small print editions of the {New World Translation} have abbreviated concordances in them In 1973, the Society published the Comprehensive Concordance for NW, containing all but the most common words such as a and the Although amazingly useful as a Bible research tool, this publication is a prime candidate for the ``expensive publication most often found in homes with the shrink wrap still on it'' award Concordances are still good to have around because of their portability, e g , to carry on Bible studies However, the power of a concordance pales into insignificance in comparison with a good lookup program on a computer
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An index of the words found in the Bible, with the Bible references in which they are found My personal favorite is Strong's Exhaustive Concordance; "so plain in its arrangement that a child cannot miss his way in using it; so correct in its citations that the most scholarly can depend on it "
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agreement of opinions
a book in which the principle words used in any work such as the Bible, Shakespeare, etc are arranged alphabetically and the book, chapter, verse, act, scene, line, or other subdivision in which each occurs are noted
Alphabetical index of words in a book or in an author's works with the passages in which they occur
a list of the words used in a text or group of texts The normal way of consulting a corpus is to look at concordances which show words in the context in which they occur
A concordance is a list of the words in a text or group of texts, with information about where in the text each word occurs and how often it occurs. The sentences each word occurs in are often given
An alphabetical list of key words that can be used for locating a Bible quotation or identifying related material It catalogues the places in the text where significant words may be found, with their chapter and verse
Presence of the same trait in both members of a pair of twins (or set of individuals)
A topical index or orderly analysis of the contents of a book
The amount of similarity in phenotype between individuals
an alphabetical list of all words or principal words used by an author in his/her work(s) It also gives the location of the word(s) in the text and defines its use
If there is concordance between two things, they are similar to each other or consistent with each other. a partial concordance between theoretical expectations and empirical evidence
an index of all main words in a book along with their immediate contexts
Agreement; accordance
For two or more loci or traits typed in offspring from a backcross or RI strain, the presence of alleles (or expression of a trait) derived from the same parental chromosome (see Chapter 9)
A word/phrase and its surrounding context Usually printed as a KWIC display (+)
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An alphabetical index of the main words/ideas used in a book
a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds); congruity of parts with one another and with the whole
An alphabetical index of all the words in a text or corpus of texts, showing every contextual occurrence of a word: for example, a concordance of Shakespeare’s works Not bloody likely How about a glossary?
concordance rate
A quantitative statistical expression for the concordance of a given genetic trait
coefficient of concordance
a coefficient of agreement (concordance) between different sets of rank orderings of the same set of things
Biblical concordance
alphabetical listing of words along with the place they appear in the Bible
concordances
Plural of concordance
in concordance with
in accordance with, in agreement with, in harmony with
concordance

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    con·cord·ance

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    Этимология

    [ k&n-'kor-d& ] (noun.) 14th century. From French, from Late Latin concordantia.

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