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{i} bulgu

Bilimsel buluşların çoğu bilinenin keşfinden başka bir şey değildir. - Most scientific breakthroughs are nothing else than the discovery of the obvious.

Elektriğin keşfi sayısız buluş icat etmiştir. - The discovery of electricity gave birth to an innumerable number of inventions.


Keşif, 1896 yılında sıcak bir Ağustos gününde gerçekleşti. - The discovery took place on a warm August day in 1896.

Onlar tuhaf bir keşif yaptı. - They made a strange discovery.

(Osmanlıca) ihtira
meydana çıkarma
ilk görüş
ilk buluş
{i} ortaya çıkarma

Polis Mary'nin vücudunun keşfinden sonra ilgi kişilerin bir listesini hazırladı. - The police drew up a list of persons of interest after the discovery of Mary's body.

Colombus'un Amerika'yı keşfi tesadüfiydi. - Columbus' discovery of America was accidental.

discovery based on fact
Aslında dayalı keşif
discovery of water on the moon
Ay'da suyun keşfi
discovery and exploration
keşfedilen ve keşif
discovery learning
discovery method
(Askeri) keşif metodu
discovery method
(Askeri) meydana çıkarma metodu
discovery of documents
belgelerin açıklanması
discovery procedure
(Dilbilim) bulgulama işlemi
discovery wizard
Keşfetme Sihirbazı
discovery wizard
Keşif Sihirbazı
self discovery
seat of discovery
keşif merkezi
to discovery
keşf etmek
learning by discovery
keşfederek öğrenme
name discovery process
Ad Bulma İşlemi
time of discovery
(Kanun) öğrenme tarihi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Something discovered

This latest discovery should eventually lead to much better treatments for disease.

Materials revealed to the opposing party during the pre-trial phase in which evidence is gathered

The defense argued that the plaintiff's discovery was inadequate.

The discovering of new things

The purpose of the voyage was discovery.

A pre-trial phase in which evidence is gathered

The prosecution moved to suppress certain items turned up during discovery.

{n} the act of discovering, an invention
A legal process by which lawyers are entitled to find out information from their adversary in a pending case
the act of discovering something a productive insight something that is discovered (law) compulsory pretrial disclosure of documents relevant to a case; enables one side in a litigation to elicit information from the other side concerning the facts in the case
Exploration; examination
A process in which one computer attempts to locate another computer on the same network or domain
Finding out or ascertaining something previously unknown or unrecognized; as, Harvey's discovery of the circulation of the blood
In a general sense, the ascertainment of that which was previously unknown Trial practice The pre-trial devices that can be used by one party to obtain facts and information about the case from the other party in order to assist the party's preparation for trial In criminal proceedings, "discovery" emphasizes right of defense to obtain access to evidence necessary to prepare its own case
The pretrial process by which one party discovers the evidence that will be relied upon at trial by the opposing party
Refers to the process by which a party to a legal action supplies the other party with certain relevant information and/or documents (as required by law or by a judge) either before or during the legal proceedings
The pretrial process by which one party discovers the evidence that will be relied upon in the trial by the opposing party
That which is discovered; a thing found out, or for the first time ascertained or recognized; as, the properties of the magnet were an important discovery
When the discovery of people or objects happens, someone finds them, either by accident or as a result of looking for them. the discovery and destruction by soldiers of millions of marijuana plants. the ship in which Captain Scott went to the Antarctic in 1901-04. In law, pretrial procedures providing for the exchange of information between the parties involved. Discovery may be made through interrogatories, written questions sent from one side to the other in an attempt to secure important facts. It also can be made through depositions, whereby a witness is sworn and, in the presence of attorneys for both sides, is subjected to questions. (The written record of the proceedings also is called a deposition.) Other forms of discovery include an order of production and inspection, which compels the opposing party to produce relevant documents or other evidence, and requests for medical examination in cases in which a party's mental or physical condition is at issue
the legal term for the investigation phase after a complaint is filed and the defendant has answered
A making known; revelation; disclosure; as, a bankrupt is bound to make a full discovery of his assets
Lawyers' examination, before trial, of facts and documents in possession of the opponents to help the lawyers prepare for trial This usually takes the form of depositions, interrogatories, request for admissions, and a motion to produce certain items
The process in which both parties to an action try to learn the opposing party's version of the facts In a sexual harassment suit, discovery will involve the submission of affidavits and the taking of depositions Topic areas: Accountability and Evaluation, Operations Management and Leadership
A pretrial procedure in which the prosecuting or defense attorney receives evidence in the possession of the other, including witness statements, police reports, scientific examinations, etc Discovery permits the attorneys to prepare their cases and helps to ensure a fair trial
a way for getting information from the other side or other people Examples of discovery are interrogatories (written questions) and depositions (questions which are usually in person and recorded)
-A continuing line in NASA's budget dedicated to small planetary missions characterized by a 3-year development schedule and a budget cap of $150 million (FY 1992) Mars Pathfinder and Near-Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR), the first two Discovery missions, were granted new starts in NASA's FY 1994 budget Two additional missions, Lunar Prospector and Stardust, were competitively selected for new starts in NASA's FY 1995 and 1996 budgets, respectively
the act of discovering something
If someone makes a discovery, they become aware of something that they did not know about before. I felt I'd made an incredible discovery. the discovery that both his wife and son are HIV positive
This phase doesn't always come after activation, but it usually does When a virus is detected and isolated, it is sent to the International Computer Security Association in Washington, D C , to be documented and distributed to anti-virus developers Discovery normally takes place at least a year before the virus might have become a threat to the computing community (see Assimilation)
If someone makes a discovery, they recognize that an actor, musician, or other performer who is not well-known has talent. His job is the discovery and promotion of new artists
Disclosure by a party of all relevant documents to the action which are in his custody or possession
a way for getting information from the other side or other people Discovery methods include interrogatories (written questions which one side gives the other side to complete) and depositions (question and answer sessions conducted in person and recorded)
The process by which one party obtains information from the other party through things such as Interrogatories, Request for the Production of documents and depositions
The process through which parties to an action are allowed to obtain relevant information known to other parties or nonparties before trial
(law) compulsory pretrial disclosure of documents relevant to a case; enables one side in a litigation to elicit information from the other side concerning the facts in the case
the process by which the prosecutor and defense attorney learn of the evidence that the other party will present at trial
The process by which one party obtains information from another party prior to a hearing
The action of discovering; exposure to view; laying open; showing; as, the discovery of a plot
If someone makes a discovery, they are the first person to find or become aware of a place, substance, or scientific fact that no one knew about before. In that year, two momentous discoveries were made
A pretrial proceeding where a party to an action may be informed of the facts known by other parties or witnesses
a productive insight
a procedure utilized by the attorneys to the litigation to acquire information in preparation for trial
Lawyers' examination, before trial, of facts and documents in possession of the opponents to help the lawyers prepare for trial
A procedure in civil actions by which documents relevant to the action are exchanged between the parties before the case is heard
something that is discovered
{i} finding; revelation
A proceeding whereby one party to an action may be informed as to facts known by other parties or witnesses
The gathering of information (facts, documents, or testimony)before a case goes to trial Discovery may be formal in the form of depositions, interrogatories, or requests for admissions, or discovery can take place more informally through independent investigation or conversations with opposing counsel
de novo
discovery informatics
The computing tools and methods used in the drug discovery process, such as software that deals with chemical and biological structures
discovery request
A legal document filed in connection with litigation, and describing documents, materials, or information which the opposing party is requested to produce
discovery requests
plural form of discovery request
Discovery Day
holiday celebrating the day America was discovered
discovery day
= Columbus Day, above
discovery of documents
proceedings in civil law in which both sides present the documents which will be used in trial
discovery of the century
most important discovery in the past hundred years
a discovery
{n} descry
age of discovery
The Age of Discovery, also known as the Age of Exploration , was a period starting in the early 15th century and continuing to the 17th century during which Europeans explored Africa, the Americas, Asia and Oceania. The fall of Constantinople in 1453 severed European trade links by land with Asia leading many to begin seeking routes east by sea and spurred the age of exploration. Historians often refer to the 'Age of Discovery' as the pioneer Portuguese and Spanish long-distance maritime travels in search of alternative trade routes to "the East Indies", moved by the trade of gold, silver and spices
plural of discovery
make a discovery
discover something, learn of or uncover something
discovering your own individuality
sensational discovery
amazing discovery, sensation, scoop, revelation of something unexpected