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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} hakimiyet

İngilizcenin hakimiyeti Avrupa diyaloğunu öldürüyor. - The dominance of English is killing the European dialogue.

(Biyoloji,Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) baskınlık
(Ticaret) etki altına alma
(Tıp) dominans
{i} güç
(Tıp) Hakimiyet, üstünlük, bir şeyin beraber bulunduğu diğer bir şeye veya şeylere oranla daha etkili ve hakim oluşu
{i} biyol. başatlık
{i} nüfuz
{i} başat olan şey
{i} hâkimiyet, üstünlük
dominance over
egemenlik üzerinde
dominance hierarchy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) egemenlik hiyerarşisi
dominance need
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) egemenlik ihtiyacı
dominance principle
(Ticaret) egemen menkul değer kuralı
{i} hüküm sürme
exert dominance
hakimiyet kurmak
principle of dominance
baskınlık ilkesi
law of dominance
baskın karakter kanunu
law of dominance
başatlık yasası
brain dominance
Beynin bir yarının diğer yarısından daha üstün, daha baskın olduğuna işaret eden ifade
Hem sol hem de sağ elini kullanabilme
female dominance
(Femdom) Sekste kadın hakimiyetine boyun eğme
male dominance
erkek egemenliği
{i} egemenlik
{i} itibar
cerebral dominance
(Tıp) serebral baskınlık
cerebral dominance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) beyin baskınlığı
lack of dominance
(Biyoloji) eksik baskınlık
lateral dominance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yanal baskınlık
mixed dominance
çapraz baskınlık
territorial dominance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bölgesel egemenlik
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The superior development or preference for one side of the body or of one of a pair of organs; such as being right-handed
The property of a gene such that it supresses the expression of its allele
The state of being dominant; of prime importance; supremacy
Being in a position of power, authority or ascendancy over others
1: superior development of one side of the body [syn: laterality] 2: the state that exists when one person or group has power over another; "her apparent dominance of her husband was really her attempt to make him pay attention to her" [syn: ascendance, ascendence, ascendancy, ascendency, control] 3: the power to exercise authoritative or dominating control or influence over; "he has the authority to issue warrants" [syn: authority, say-so]
A term used to describe a neons signs ability to take prescedence over the surrounding environment
The dominance of a particular person or thing is the fact that they are more powerful, successful, or important than other people or things. an attempt by each group to establish dominance over the other = supremacy. the fact of being more powerful, more important, or more noticeable than other people or things dominate dominance of. In genetics, the greater influence by one of a pair of genes (alleles) that affect the same inherited trait. If an individual pea plant that has one allele for tallness and one for shortness is the same height as an individual that has two alleles for tallness, the tallness allele is said to be completely dominant. If such an individual is shorter than an individual that has two tallness alleles but still taller than one that has two shortness alleles, the tallness allele is said to be partially or incompletely dominant and the shortness allele is said to be recessive (see recessiveness)
one isotopy dominates an other if it contains markers of represented enunciation and /or if it determines a referential impression
Your bird is walking around with his wings slightly spread out (giving him that "broad-shouldered look"), every now and then glancing back to make sure you see how dangerous and impressive he is! Watch your fingers!
superior development of one side of the body
Another name for alt fan dragons, It also is the name for a group of dragons (ex murder of crows - a dominance of dragons) Draco - A computer generated dragon in the latest Dragon movie, DragonHeart Voice done by Sean Connery
refers to the case where one name is used in preference to another See multiple inheritance
Refers to the expression of genetically controlled characters (phenotypes) and their corresponding alleles when they are in the heterozygous condition Dominant - A gene that exerts its full phenotypic effect regardless of its allelic partner, thus masking the partner's effects
{i} control, domination
The tendency to lead activity with one side of the body Dominant hand, foot, eye and side of the brain, not neccessarily all on the same side
This is used in many contexts, but the general meaning is that something is uniformly better than something else For example, consider two activities in a linear program, say j and k, such that: j has greater cost: c_j >= c_k j produces less of each requirement: A(i, j) <= A(i, k) for i such that we require A(i, )x >= b_i j consumes more of each resource: A(i, j) >= A(i, k) for i such that we require A(i, )x <= b_i j produces or consumes at the same rate of goods to be conserved: A(i, j) = A(i, k) for i such that we require A(i, )x = b_i Then, activity k dominates activity j
Predominance; ascendency; authority
As used herein, a descriptor of vegetation that is related to the standing crop of a species in an area, usually measured by height, areal cover, or basal area (for trees)
The principle of visual organization that suggests that certain elements should assume more importance than others in the same composition dominance contributes to organic unity because one main feature is emphasized and other elements are subordinate to it The principle applies in both representational and nonrepresentational work
the state that exists when one person or group has power over another; "her apparent dominance of her husband was really her attempt to make him pay attention to her"
The extent to which a given species or life form predominates in a community because of its size, abundance or cover, and affects the fitness of associated species (FGDC, 1997)
Condition in communities or in vegetational strata in which one or more species, by means of their number, coverage or size have considerable influence upon or control of the conditions of existence of associated species
occurs when certain elements have a greater visual strength than others in a composition ( synonym: dominant, preponderant, greater proportion or ratio, outweighing) As a design principle, dominance resolves contrast or tension and integrates a work into a unified whole
The ability of one bird to control the actions of another
When one gene overrides the effect of another Typically this refers to genes at the same locus of a pair of chromosomes (see diploid) A potential ``use'' is one gene acts as a backup for the other, taking on its function should the first one be damaged (e g by a mutation)
The creation of an area of great emphasis in a work of art
The principle of visual organization that suggests certain elements should assume more importance than others in the same composition or design Some feature emphasized and others are subordinated syn Emphasis and center of interest
the power or right to give orders or make decisions; "he has the authority to issue warrants"; "deputies are given authorization to make arrests"
The importance of the emphasis of one aspect in relation to all other aspects of a design
The principle of visual organization that suggests that certain elements should assume more importance than others in the same composition
The higher status position when social rank is organized according to a dominance-submission hierarchy; commonly found in human societies and in certain animal groups
dominance over
power over, control over, authority over
brain dominance
Brain dominance refers to a preference for using one hemisphere of the brain over the other hemisphere
Cross-dominance, also known as mixed-handedness, is a motor skill manifestation where a person favors one hand for some tasks and the other hand for others, while not necessarily being ambidextrous (two-handed), such as someone that writes with a left hand and grabs with the right
female dominance
Female dominance (femdom) refers to BDSM activities where the dominant partner is female; the submissive partner may be of either sex
apical dominance
Inhibition of the growth of lateral buds by the terminal bud of a plant shoot
incomplete dominance
The situation in which both alleles of a heterozygote influence the phenotype The phenotype is usually intermediate between the two homozygous phenotypes The situation in which a heterozygote shows a phenotype somewhere (but not exactly half-way) intermediate between the corresponding homozygote phenotypes (Exact intermediacy is no dominance ) See also dominance, codominance and recessivity
incomplete dominance
The condition that results when two different alleles together produce an effect intermediate between the effects of the same two genes in a homozygous condition
incomplete dominance
A condition where a heterozygous off- spring has a phenotype that is distinctly different from, and intermediate to, the parental phenotypes See Heterozygote, Phenotype
incomplete dominance
A heterozygous condition in which both alleles at a gene locus are partially expressed, often producing an intermediate phenotype