diversity

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} çeşitlilik

Diğer kültürlerin bilgisi çeşitlilik için saygı ve hoşgörüyü besler. - Knowledge of other cultures fosters a respect and tolerance for diversity.

Pek çok çeşitlilik var. - There's so much diversity.

{i} farklılık

Bize güç veren şey farklılıktır. - Diversity is what gives us strength.

çeşitleme
değişim
farklı olma
fark

Bize güç veren şey farklılıktır. - Diversity is what gives us strength.

tefavüt
nevi
{i} değişik tür

Bu orman değişik türlerle doludur. - This forest is full of diversity.

{i} cins
{i} başkalık
(Hukuk) farklılıklar
enva
diversity combiner
(Bilgisayar) çeşitleme birleştirici
diversity combiner
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) çeşitleme birleştiricisi
diversity factor
eşzaman faktörü
diversity index
(Denizbilim) çeşitlilik göstergesi
diversity of views
(Politika, Siyaset) görüşlerin çeşitliliği
diversity reception
(Bilgisayar,Elektrik, Elektronik) çeşitlemeli alış
diversity reception
çok yollu alış
diversity combiner
cesitleme birlestiricisi
divers
{s} türlü türlü
offer diversity
çeşitlilik sunmak
dissimilitude
fark
divers
dalgıç

Dalgıçların havası tükeniyor. - The divers are running out of air.

Su o kadar bulanıktı ki polis dalgıçlar vücudu dokunarak aramak zorunda kaldı. - The water was so murky that the police divers had to search for the body by feel.

divers
dalgıçlar

Su o kadar bulanıktı ki polis dalgıçlar vücudu dokunarak aramak zorunda kaldı. - The water was so murky that the police divers had to search for the body by feel.

Tüplü dalgıçlar suyun altında altın paralar, antik kalıntılar, soyu tükenmiş hayvanların kalıntıları dahil birçok ilginç şeyler buldu. - Scuba divers have found many interesting things under water including gold coins, ancient ruins, and fossils of extinct animals.

divers
{s} çeşitli

Küreselleşme dil çeşitliliğini yok ediyor. - Globalization destroys the diversity of languages.

Son zamanlarda, bilgisayar kullanımında artan çeşitlilik, ofis alanlarının çok ötesine uzandı. - Recently, the increasing diversity of computer use has extended far beyond the realms of the office.

divers
muhtelif
biological diversity
Biyolojik çeşitlilik
genetic diversity
(Biyoloji) Genetik çeşitlilik
lack of diversity
çeşitlilik eksikliği
receiver diversity
alıcı çeşitlemesi
workforce diversity
işgücü çeşitlilik
dissimilitude
benzemeyiş
dissimilitude
başkalık
frequency diversity
frekans (siklik) cesitlemesi
space diversity
uzam cesitlemesi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The quality of being diverse or different; difference or unlikeness

Ther was swich diversitee Bitwene hir bothe lawes.

A variety; divers types or examples

The flora of the island includes a great diversity of orchids.

dissimilitude
{v} to variegate, vary, alter, distinguish
{n} a difference, unlikeness, variety
Characteristics of individuals that make them unique and able to offer different perspectives, skills, and talents
Differences or unlikeness Doppler effect - An apparent change in the frequency of waves (such as sound or light) that occurs when the source and observer are in motion relative to each other The frequency increases when the source and observer approach each other, while the frequency decreases when they move apart
noticeable heterogeneity; "a diversity of possibilities"; "the range and variety of his work is amazing"
The range of features or niches available This could be variation within a species, or the totality of different species in an ecosystem
Number of different species in a given region
Pertaining to the variety of species within a given association of organisms Areas with low diversity are characterized by a few species; often relatively large numbers of individuals represent each species
{i} variety; difference, unlikeness
Multiplicity of difference; multiformity; variety
is the number of species in an area i e a community has a high degree of diversity if it contains many species of equal abundance
the quality of being diverse or different; difference or variety
A state of difference; dissimilitude; unlikeness
Variation between individuals in the population Typically diversity refers to genetic variation In bit string genetic algorithms, diversity may be measured by Hamming distance (i e counting the number of bits that are different) between bit strings [Koza, 1992] defines ``variety'' in the population by the number of unique programs it contains, but this measure takes no notice of the fact that the behaviour of genetically different programs can be very similar or even identical
the relative degree of abundance of wildlife species, plant species, communities, habitats, or habitat features per unit of area (Thomas 1979)
A category of immigrants replacing the earlier categories for nationals of underrepresented countries and countries adversely "affected" by the Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of 1965 (P L 89-236) The annual limit on diversity immigration was 40,000 during fiscal years 1992-94, under a transitional diversity program, and 55,000 beginning in fiscal year 1995, under a permanent diversity program
The condition of being different, unlikeness
The distribution and abundance of different kinds of plant and animal species and communities in a specified area (USFS)
The distribution and abundance of different kinds of plant and animal species and communities in a specified area
– The distribution and abundance of different plant and animal communities and species
The variety of different species detected through monitoring in a given area Other types of diversity sometimes addressed by monitoring include genetic and habitat diversity
the condition or result of being changed
used in this report as a shortened form for biological diversity, or biodiversity A general definition (Addis et al , 1995) is "the spectrum of life forms and the ecological processes that support and sustain them Biological diversity is a complex of four interacting levels: genetic, species, community, and ecosystem "
To assess diversity, in addition to the number of ecosystems, species or genetic units, also its shares in the total number, that means the degree of equal distribution, have to be taken into account
There are at least six expressions of relative abundance and variety that apply to mixtures of animal species, vertical layers of vegetation, horizontal distribution of cover types, and other phenomena that are commonly called simply "diversity " These express a range of relationships from simple counts of the number of species (species richness) to measures of the uniformity of abundance of the species, layers, etc present (Raw index of diversity) Several expressions combine abundance and uniformity (Wenger 1984) The reader should consult the original research reports to obtain details of the expressions used
A diversity of things is a range of things which are very different from each other. His object is to gather as great a diversity of material as possible
The diversity of something is the fact that it contains many very different elements. the cultural diversity of British society. = variety
Biological diversity (biodiversity) is the total genetic, species and landscape variety within an area Ecological diversity is the variety of relationships between organisms, and between organisms and their environment Genetic diversity is the variety within a species
A method of reception providing protection from signal loss due to multipath nulls, which are localized small areas with a very low RF signal level caused by multipath propagation See True Diversity and Phasing Diversity
The distribution and abundance of different plants and animals within an area
The composition of the workforce in terms of race, ethnicity, gender and handicap See "Minorities"
The difference between people due to age, religion, race, gender, and so on
Refers to all the ways in which people are different from one another; to honour these individual attributes is to value and respect each other
Differences among groups of people and individuals based on ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, gender, exceptionalities, language, religion, sexual orientation, and geographical area
Variegation
a neighborhood analysis technique that outputs the number of different values within a user-specified window
heterogeneity
divers
of many different sorts
divers
various

Shortly after this I had to go out of town. Divers sound sportsmen had invited me to pay visits to their country places, and it wasn't for several months that I settled down in the city again.

divers
plural form of diver
divers
Obsolete spelling of diverse
united in diversity
The motto of the European Union
divers
{a} several, sundry, many
biological diversity
Biological diversity is the same as biodiversity
cultural diversity
the range of different value systems existing in a multicultural society
cultural diversity
Variety of learned behaviors among individuals of a species
cultural diversity
the variety and variability of human social structures, belief systems and strategies for adapting to biological situations and changes in different parts of the world
cultural diversity
People with a variety of histories, ideologies, traditions, values, lifestyles, and languages living and interacting together 28People with a variety of histories, ideologies, traditions, values, lifestyles, and languages living and interacting together 28
cultural diversity
The degree to which the organization mirrors the racial mix of the community
cultural diversity
refers to the unique characteristics that all of us possess that distinguish us as individuals and identify us as belonging to a group or groups Diversity transcends concepts of race, ethnicity, socio-economic, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability and age Diversity offers strength and richness to the whole (Hastings Institute)
cultural diversity
Acceptance and promotion of differing cultures on the University campus
cultural diversity
Recognizing that students come from a variety of ethnic, geographic, economic and religious backgrounds
cultural diversity
- variety and richness of communities with distinct systems of norms, beliefs, practices, and values
divers
Different in kind or species; diverse
divers
Several; sundry; various; more than one, but not a great number; as, divers philosophers
divers
alternative spelling of diverse
divers
many and different; "tourist offices of divers nationalities"; "a person of diverse talents"
divers
Also used substantively or pronominally
divers
plural of diver
divers
{s} diverse, different, varied
diversities
plural of diversity
genetic diversity
variation among and within species that is attributable to differences in hereditary material
genetic diversity
usually expressed in terms of percentage of genes that are polymorphic and/or are heterozygous
genetic diversity
range of genetic differences among organisms that allow members of the same species to have different physical characteristics
genetic diversity
occurs when an area can support diverse population of the same species
genetic diversity
The total number of genes for a given breeding population makes up its gene pool A large gene pool is genetically diverse, and therefore more likely to be healthy and robust
genetic diversity
Variety among individuals within a species -- or, more specifically, the variety in the DNA of a species See also "alleles "
genetic diversity
means the variety of genetic information contained in the total genes of individual plants, animals and microorganisms in a place
genetic diversity
The variety of different types of genes in a species or population Genetic diversity is really a form of biodiversity
genetic diversity
The huge variety in DNA sequences found in different organisms, which is responsible for the huge variety of plants and animals in the world
genetic diversity
Genetic variability found in a population of a species or all of the populations of a species Also see biodiversity, ecosystem diversity, and species diversity
genetic diversity
The genetic variation that occurs within a population or species For example, there are many different coloured dog whelk shells
genetic diversity
Variation in the genetic composition of individuals within or among species; the heritable genetic variation within and among populations
genetic diversity
All of the genetic variation within a group The genetic diversity of a species includes both genetic differences between individuals in a breeding population (within-stock diversity) and genetic differences among different breeding populations (among-stock diversity)
genetic diversity
The variety within populations of a species
workforce diversity
Differences among recruits and employees in characteristics such as gender, race, age, religion, cultural background, physical ability, and sexual orientation (4)
workforce diversity
The range of workers’ attitudes, values, beliefs, and behaviours that differ by gender, race, age, ethnicity, physical ability, and other relevant characteristics
diversity
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