confidence

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
güven

Övüldüğümüz zaman güven kazanırız. - When we are praised, we gain confidence.

Amerikalılar Toyota'ya olan güvenini kaybettiler. - Americans have lost their confidence in Toyota.

{i} inanç

Mantık, yanlış sonuca inançla ulaşmanın sistematik bir metodudur. - Logic is a systematic method of coming to the wrong conclusion with confidence.

{i} itimat
{i} inanma
{i} kendine güven

Tom kendine güvenmiyor. - Tom lacks confidence.

Tom'un kendine güveni yüksektir. - Tom's confidence is high.

(Nükleer Bilimler) güvenilirlik
güvenirlik
(Biyokimya) güvenme

Onlar Tom'a güvenmemeli - They should not have confidence in Tom.

küstahlık
gizli şey
sır

Onu sana sır olarak söyledim, öyleyse niçin Jane'e ondan bahsettin? - I told you that in confidence, so why did you tell Jane about it?

O bana alenen bir şey söylemedi ama sır olarak o bana evleneceğini söyledi. - He hasn't said anything publicly, but in confidence he told me he's getting married.

told in confidence mahrem olarak söylenmiş
I have confidence in him : Ona itimadım var. Ona güvenirim
kazı
(Mukavele) güven, emniyet, itimat ; gizlilik
confidence game dolandıncılık
sır olarak verilmiş
{i} sırdaşlık
confidence man dolandıncı
itminan
confidence building measures
(Askeri) güven artırıcı önlemler
confidence game
sahtekarlık
confidence game
dolandırma
confidence in subordinates
(Ticaret) emri altındakilere güven
confidence inspiring
güven telkin edici
confidence interval
(Biyokimya) güvenilirlik aralığı
confidence intervals
(Ticaret) güven aralıkları
confidence test
güvenilirlik testi
confidence to trade register
(Kanun) ticaret siciline itimat
confidence trick
dolandırma
confidence trick
sahtekarlık
confidence trick
üçkağıt
confidence trickster
hokkabaz
confidence coefficient
güven katsayısı
confidence degree
güven derecesi
confidence game
dolandırıclık
confidence game
dolandırıcılık
confidence interval
güvenirlik aralığı
confidence interval estimation
güven aralık kestirimi
confidence level
güven seviyesi
confidence level
güven düzeyi
confidence limit
güven sınırı
confidence man
dolandırıcı
confidence man
zarfçı
confidence trick
üçkâğıtçılık
confidence trick
dolandırıcılık
confidence trickster
üçkâğıtçı
confidence trickster
dolandırıcı
confidence bounds
(İstatistik) Güven aralığı
confidence building
güven artırıcı
confidence coefficient
(Havacılık) güvenirlik derecesi
confidence factor
(Havacılık) güvenirlik faktörü
confidence game
üçkâğıtçılık
confidence in
birine itimadı olmak
confidence in
(Fiili Deyim ) -e güvenme , kendine güvenme
confidence in
I have confidence in him. Ona güvenirim./Ona itimadım var
confidence level
(Ticaret) güvenirlilik düzeyi
confidence level
(Havacılık) güvenirlik seviyesi
confidence level,
(Nükleer Bilimler) see confidence probability
confidence limit
(Nükleer Bilimler) güvenirlik sınırı,güven sınırları
confidence limits
(Askeri) GÜVENLİK SINIRLARI
confidence man
üçkâğıtçı
confidence probability or confidence level
(Nükleer Bilimler) güven olasılığı veya güven düzeyi
confidence tests
(Havacılık) güvenirlik deneyleri
consumer confidence index
(Ticaret) tüketici güven endeksi
self confidence
kendine güven

Kendine güven başarının anahtarıdır. - Self confidence is the key to success.

self confidence
özgüven
breach of confidence
(Askeri,Kanun) emniyeti suistimal
confidence interval
(Bilgisayar) güvenlik aralığı
enormous confidence
sonsuz güven
inspire confidence
güven telkin etmek
inspire confidence
itimat telkin etmek
win a vote of confidence
güvenoyu almak
in confidence
gizli
in confidence
özel olarak
in confidence
gizlilikle
lower confidence limit
alt güven sınırı
over confidence
sağlamcı
self-confidence
özüne güvenme
self-confidence
özünden emin olma
vote of confidence
güvenoyu
break a confidence
(deyim) Birinin sırrını bir başkasına söylemek
excessive self-confidence
aşırı kendine güven
gain confidence
Güven kazanmak

Several ways on how a person can gain confidence in his life.

lose a vote of confidence
güvenoyu almamak
misplace one´s confidence
yanlış kimseye güvenmek
no-confidence vote
Güven oylamasında hayır oyu verme durumu.- Opposition's no-confidence vote against AKP fails
over confidence
güven içinde
receive/win a vote of confidence
güvenoyu almak
restore confidence; comfort, pacify
güveni tekrar; konfor, sakinleştirmek
self-confidence; poise; composure
kendine güven; duruş; soğukkanlılığı
shake of confidence
Bir kişinin kendine duyduğu güvenin sarsılması
shake one's confidence
(deyim) Bir kişinin kendine duyduğu güvenin sarsmak
take a vote of confidence
güvenoyu için oylama yapmak
take someone into one's confidence
Birine sırrını açıklamak
vote of confidence
güven oyu
with confidence
Güvenle
admit smb. into one's confidence
sırrını söylemek
admit smb. into one's confidence
açılmak
be in smb.'s confidence
güvendiği kişi olmak
be in smb.'s confidence
güvenini kazanmak
build up confidence
güvence oluşturmak
crisis of confidence
(Ticaret) güven krizi
drift error confidence factor
(Askeri) yönelim hatası güven faktörü; Fit Küp, 28317 cm küp; karşı ateş, nakliye takımı; komuta/ateş idare (telsiz çevrimi); komuta ateşi; ateş kes; geçiş kuvveti
establish confidence
güvence oluşturmak
give a vote of confidence
güvenoyu vermek
have confidence in
güvenmek
in strict confidence
tam bir gizlilik içerisinde
lack of confidence
adem-i itimat
lack of self confidence
kendine güvensizlik
level of confidence
(Ticaret) güvenirlilik düzeyi
look to future with confidence
geleceğe güvenle bakmak
lose one's self confidence
kendine güvenini yitirmek
lose one's self confidence
kendine güveni kalmamak
motion of confidence
güven oylaması
no confidence
güvensizlik

Başbakan güvensizlik oyundan sonra devam edemedi. - The Prime Minister could not continue after a vote of no confidence.

sense of confidence
güven hissi
shake confidence
(deyim) güven sarsmak
shake the confidence
güveni sarsmak
take into one's confidence
(deyim) sır olarak tutmak
take into one's confidence
(deyim) sır olarak saklamak
take smb. into one's confidence
sırrını vermek
told in confidence
sır olarak söylenmiş
vote of no confidence
güvensizlik oyu
win (someone's) confidence
güven uyandırmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Expression or feeling of certainty
Self-assurance
Information held in secret
The quality of trusting
the state or feeling of trust in or reliance upon another
If you have confidence in someone, you feel that you can trust them. I have every confidence in you This has contributed to the lack of confidence in the police His record on ceasefires inspires no confidence. = faith
{n} trust, firmness, boldness, assurance
A formal parliamentary vote to approve or disapprove of a government, leader or Minister
secrets shared; as, there were confidences between them
rating:   An evaluation of the overall strength of scientific evidence that describes wildlife habitat relationships
a state of confident hopefulness that events will be favorable; "public confidence in the economy"
Taflest Laman
Private conversation; pl
the support of more than half the members of the House of Representatives for the government, which may be shown by voting on a particular major issue
measurable sentiment among businesses and consumers which when it is up helps drive an economy and when it is down contributes to its decline
Measure of probability by which a statistical score, such as a sampling result, may be considered reliable
a secret that is confided or entrusted to another; "everyone trusted him with their confidences"; "the priest could not reveal her confidences"
a state of confident hopefulness that events will be favorable; "public confidence in the economy
{i} secret; trust; faith in oneself; certainty
The act of confiding, trusting, or putting faith in; trust; reliance; belief; formerly followed by of, now commonly by in
a feeling of trust (in someone or something); "I have confidence in our team"; "confidence is always borrowed, never owned"
Value that indicates the certainty of a track or measure
If you can say something with confidence, you feel certain it is correct. I can say with confidence that such rumors were totally groundless
Having an excess of assurance; bold to a fault; dogmatical; impudent; presumptuous
That in which faith is put or reliance had
"Confidence" is the spiritual state associated with the sefirah of netzach
a secret that is confided or entrusted to another; "everyone trusted him with their confidences"; "the priest could not reveal her confidences" a feeling of trust (in someone or something); "I have confidence in our team"; "confidence is always borrowed, never owned" a trustful relationship; "he took me into his confidence"; "he betrayed their trust" a state of confident hopefulness that events will be favorable; "public confidence in the economy
a trustful relationship; "he took me into his confidence"; "he betrayed their trust"
"Belief that something will happen based on rational reasons and valid thought processes "
The state of mind characterized by one's reliance on himself, or his circumstances; a feeling of self-sufficiency; such assurance as leads to a feeling of security; self-reliance; often with self prefixed
If you tell someone something in confidence, you tell them a secret. We told you all these things in confidence Even telling Lois seemed a betrayal of confidence. If you take someone into your confidence, you tell them a secret. If your daughter takes you into her confidence, don't rush off to tell your husband. see also vote of no confidence
Giving occasion for confidence
freedom from doubt; belief in yourself and your abilities; "his assurance in his superiority did not make him popular"; "after that failure he lost his confidence"; "she spoke with authority"
If you have confidence, you feel sure about your abilities, qualities, or ideas. The band is on excellent form and brimming with confidence I always thought the worst of myself and had no confidence whatsoever
Confidence of rule "B given A" is a measure of how much more likely it is that B occurs when A has occurred It is expressed as a percentage, with 100% meaning B always occurs if A has occurred Statisticians refer to this as the conditional probability of B given A When used with association rules, the term confidence is observational rather than predictive (Statisticians also use this term in an unrelated way There are ways to estimate an interval and the probability that the interval contains the true value of a parameter is called the interval confidence So a 95% confidence interval for the mean has a probability of 95 of covering the true value of the mean )
Trustful; without fear or suspicion; frank; unreserved
Support for the government by the majority of the members of parliament
Having self-reliance; bold; undaunted
confidence artist
Alternative form of con artist
confidence game
A swindle in which the mark, or victim, is defrauded after his or her trust has been won
confidence games
plural form of confidence game
confidence interval
a particular kind of interval estimate of a population parameter
confidence limits
For a statistical sample a pair of values that delimit the interval for which there is a certain probability that the true value of some deduced variable lies between those values

A sample of 1000 showed that the correlation between weight and height was 0.0167, with 95% confidence limits of 0.0142 and 0.0183.

confidence man
Someone who conducts a confidence game: who defrauds someone after winning his trust
confidence men
plural form of confidence man
confidence trickster
Someone who conducts a confidence game: who defrauds someone after winning his trust
confidence tricksters
plural form of confidence trickster
confidence interval
A confidence interval is the range of values that will include the population parameter based on information from a single sample of the population The population estimate from a sample is only one of the many estimates possible from all samples of the same size drawn from the same population The sampling error or standard error estimates the amount of variation in the sample estimates Random errors follow a normal (bell-shaped) distribution and therefore, the proportion of observations within segments can be calculated For example, 95% of all the values are in a range that is 1 96 standard units on either side of the midpoint A 95% confidence interval indicates that there is a 95% chance that the interval contains the actual population value
confidence interval
A range of values constructed around a point estimate that makes it possible to state that an interval contains the population parameter between its upper and lower confidence limits The most frequently used confidence interval is the 95% confidence interval This can be interpreted as there is only a 5% chance that the sample is so extreme that the 95% confidence interval calculated will not cover the population mean
confidence game
A confidence game is the same as a confidence trick. A swindle in which the victim is defrauded after his or her confidence has been won
confidence interval
A statistic constructed from a set of data to provide an interval estimate for a parameter For example, when estimating the mean of a normal distribution, the sample average provides a point estimate or best guess about the value of the mean However, this estimate is almost surely not exactly correct A confidence interval provides a range of values around that estimate to show how precise the estimate is The confidence level associated with the interval, usually 90%, 95%, or 99%, is the percentage of times in repeated sampling that the intervals will contain the true value of the unknown parameter
confidence interval
The computed interval with a specified probability (by convention, usually 95%) that the true value of a population parameter is contained within the interval
confidence interval
An interval (range of values) such that there is a specific probability that a parameter (e g the mean) lies within that interval E g , a "95% confidence interval" for the mean is a interval such that the probability of the mean lying with that interval is 0 95 The Upper Confidence Limit (Upper CL) and Lower Confidence Limit (Lower CL) refer to the upper and lower ends of the Confidence Interval
confidence interval
An interval that is believed, with a preassigned degree of confidence, to include the particular value of some parameter being estimated
confidence interval
An interval of results that is 95 percent likely to contain the true number; equals reported proportion plus or minus the margin of error (For an alternative explanation)
confidence interval
A range of values for a variable of interest e g , a rate, constructed so that this range has a specified probability of including the true value of the variable e g the reference to Dolk et al mentions "an excess risk of 1 83 (95% CI 1 22 ­ 2 74)" This means that the estimated risk is 1 83, and there is a 95% probability that the "true" risk (if that could be ascertained) is within the range 1 22 ­ 2 74
confidence interval
(CI): The range of numerical values in which we can be confident (to a computed probability, such as 90 or 95%) that the population value being estimated will be found Confidence intervals indicate the strength of evidence; where confidence intervals are wide, they indicate less precise estimates of effect See Precision
confidence interval
A range of values for a variable of interest, e g , a rate, constructed so that this range has a specified probability of including the true value of the variable The specified probability is called the confidence level, and the end points of the confidence interval are called the confidence limits
confidence interval
The numerical interval constructed around a point estimate of a population parameter, combined with a probability statement (the confidence coefficient) linking it to the population's true parameter value If the same confidence interval construction technique and assumptions are used to calculate future intervals, they will include the unknown population parameter with the same specified probability
confidence interval
A range of values within which the true value of a variable is thought to lie, with a specified level of confidence A typical result would be 23 5 (23 1-23 9) The smaller the interval, the more reliable the result If the 95% confidence intervals do not overlap, there is a statistically significant difference Vitalnet uses Poisson distribution to calculate confidence intervals
confidence interval
A confidence interval is an interval used to estimate the likely size of a population parameter It gives an estimated range of values (calculated from a given set of sample data) that has a specified probability of containing the parameter being estimated Most commonly used are the 95% and 99% confidence intervals that have 95 and 99 probabilities respectively of containing the parameter The width of the confidence interval gives some indication about how uncertain we are about the unknown population parameter Confidence intervals are more informative than the simple results of hypothesis tests (where we decide 'reject the null hypothesis' or 'don't reject the null hypothesis') because they provide a range of plausible values for the unknown parameter
confidence interval
An interval, with limits at either end, with a specified probability of including the parameter being estimated
confidence interval
Quantifies the uncertainty in measurement It is usually reported as a 95% CI which is the range of values within which we can be 95% sure that the true value for the whole population lies For example, for an NNT of 10 with a 95% CI of 5 to 15, we would have 95% confidence that the true NNT value lies between 5 and 15
confidence interval
A confidence interval for a parameter is a random interval constructed from data in such a way that the probability that the interval contains the true value of the parameter can be specified before the data are collected
confidence interval
A statistical range with a specified probability that a given parameter lies within the range
confidence interval
A range (M - hw, M + hw) computed such that Pr{M - hw < x <M + hw} =1 - a Where M = the estimate mean, hw = the half width of the interval, 1 - a = the level of the confidence interval hw is computed as t1-a/2,df s/sqrt(n) Here s is the sample standard deviation n is the sample size, df is n -1 and the value of t is selected from a statistical table Note that t has excessivly large values for df < 11 Hence a sample size of at least 12 is recommended
confidence interval
The 95% confidence intervals (CIs) of all estimates were calculated during the preparation of the report As a result, there is a 95% probability that the true value for the population lies somewhere in this range of values If the text reports a difference between two values, the 95% CIs of these estimates do not overlap, and one can be reasonably sure that a true difference exists If the text does not report on a difference found in the values, the reader should assume that none exists
confidence interval
A range of values (a1 < a < a2) determined from a sample of definite rules so chosen that, in repeated random samples from the hypothesized population, an arbitrarily fixed proportion of that range will include the true value, x, of an estimated parameter The limits, a1 and a2, are called confidence limits; the relative frequency with which these limits include a is called the confidence coefficient, and the complementary probability is called the confidence level
confidence interval
A statistic constructed from sample data to provide an interval estimate of a population parameter For example, the average of a sample is generally a good estimate of the population mean However, another sample chosen from the same sample would almost certainly have a different value If the sample size is large enough, both of these estimates should be close to each other and the population mean The confidence interval provides an interval or range of values around the estimate For one parameter, such as the mean, standard deviation, or probability level, the most common intervals are or two sided (i e the statistic is between the lower and upper limit) and one sided (i e the statistic is smaller or larger than the end point) For two or more parameters, a confidence region, the generalization of a confidence interval, can take on arbitrary shapes For sensitivity testing, the smallest confidence regions are oval shapes
confidence interval
A statistical range with a given probability associated with it The probability represents the chance that a certain value falls within the range For example, for a certain number of CAG repeats, a 95% confidence interval for age of onset means that an individual with that number of CAG repeats has a 95% probability of onset within that age range See Table C-2
confidence interval
The interval surrounding the mean of the sample that has a specified confidence of containing the mean of the population
confidence interval
Quantifies the uncertainty in measurement It is usually reported as 95% CI, which is the range of values within which we can be 95% sure that the true value for the whole population lies For example, for an NNT of 10 with a 95% CI of 5 to 15, we would have 95% confidence that the true NNT value was between 5 and 15
confidence interval
The range within which the 'true' value (e g size of effect of an intervention) is expected to lie with a given degree of certainty (e g 95% or 99%) Note: Confidence intervals represent the probability of random errors but not systematic errors (bias) - Note: confidence intervals should only be used to compare independent samples, for example, when comparing severities it is correct to compare the CI for those with 40-69 dBHL impairments with those who have 70-94 dBHL impairments It is not correct to compare those with > 40 dBHL with those with > 70 dBHL
confidence level
level of faith, level of loyalty
confidence limit
Either of the two numbers that specify the endpoints of a confidence interval
confidence man
A confidence man is a man who persuades people to give him their money or property by lying to them. = con man. A man who swindles his victims by using a confidence game
confidence man
a swindler who exploits the confidence of his victim
confidence trick
bunco: a swindle in which you cheat at gambling or persuade a person to buy worthless property
confidence trick
A confidence trick is a trick in which someone deceives you by telling you something that is not true, often to trick you out of money. a dishonest trick played on someone in order to get their money = con trickster
confidence-building
a confidence-building event, activity etc increases your confidence
confidence-building measures
gestures concessions and actions which are for peace
consumer confidence
the level of people's satisfaction with the economic situation, which is shown by how much money they spend
motion of confidence
a vote of confidence
motion of no confidence
a vote of no confidence
self-confidence
A measure of one's belief in one's own abilities
self-confidence
The state of being self-confident
vote of confidence
Any indication of confidence in another

Wow, I said. Thanks for the vote of confidence..

vote of confidence
A motion proposed in a parliament or other assembly to give members the chance to express their confidence in a government; sometimes proposed by a government to counter a vote of no confidence proposed by the opposition; defeat would lead to the resignation of the government
vote of no confidence
A parliamentary motion representing the lack of confidence of a parliament in the standing government. A passed motion of no confidence usually results in the government's fall
break a confidence
(deyim) Tell someone's secret to another person
take someone into one's confidence
Tell someone one’s secrets:
Confidence interval
ci
abuse of confidence
taking advantage of trust, abusing trust
confidences
plural of confidence
excessive self-confidence
exaggerated pride, cockiness, arrogance
expressed confidence in him
stated that he was certain as to his abilities, expressed his trust in him
in confidence
secretly, clandestinely
instill confidence
place confidence in, slowly fill with boldness
motion of non-confidence
proposal designed to topple the existing government (in a coalition-based government)
no confidence vote
vote expressing lack of confidence in the present government
no-confidence
If members of an organization pass a vote or motion of no-confidence in someone, they take a vote which shows that they no longer support that person or their ideas. A call for a vote of no-confidence in the president was rejected a no-confidence motion. confidence
no-confidence
You can refer to something people say or do as a vote of no-confidence when it shows that they no longer support a particular person or organization. Many police officers view this action as a vote of no-confidence in their service. confidence. vote of no-confidence/no-confidence vote/motion of no-confidence etc an official vote where people can say if they no longer think someone or something is good enough
no-confidence motion
vote expressing lack of confidence in the present government
non-confidence
attempt to break the government apart
place confidence in
trust, believe in
repose confidence in
place confidence in -, believe in -, trust in -
self confidence
believing in oneself
self-confidence
freedom from doubt; belief in yourself and your abilities; "his assurance in his superiority did not make him popular"; "after that failure he lost his confidence"; "she spoke with authority"
self-confidence
a belief in oneself that gives inner strength to overcome difficult tasks; a leadership quality that raises the trust and confidence of followers and increases their ability to perform
self-confidence
when you feel good about yourself and can express yourself to others without being shy or afraid
self-confidence
If you have self-confidence, you behave confidently because you feel sure of your abilities or value. With the end of my love affair, I lost all the self-confidence I once had
self-confidence
a redundancy for confidence; the self- is almost never necessary unless you are making a distinction ("He has confidence in the team but lacks self-confidence")
shook his confidence
stopped him from believing in himself
take into one's confidence
make into a secret, keep as a secret
vote of confidence
A vote of confidence is a vote in which members of a group are asked to indicate that they still support the person or group in power, usually the government. The Indian Prime Minister, V P Singh, lost a vote of confidence in the Indian parliament
vote of confidence
A vote of confidence is something that you say or do which shows that you approve of or support a person or a group. The ten-year deal is a vote of confidence in coal-fired power stations
vote of confidence
an expression of approval and encouragement; "they gave the chairman a vote of confidence
vote of confidence
an expression of approval and encouragement; "they gave the chairman a vote of confidence"
vote of confidence
vote intended to demonstrate faith in the government or its leadership
vote of no confidence
A vote of no confidence is a vote in which members of a group are asked to indicate that they do not support the person or group in power, usually the government. The opposition has called for a vote of no confidence in the government
vote of non-confidence
attempt to throw over the government, voting with a lack of faith
confidence
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