extern

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
stajyer doktor
gündüzlü öğrenci
çalıştığı kurumda geceleri yatmayan
{i} yatılı olmayan öğrenci
(Tıp) Hastanede asistan doktor
asistan veya stajyer doktor
(Tıp) Hastane kadrosunda olup, hastanede yatıp kalkmayan doktor ziyaretçi hekim
external
harici

Onun yaralarının hepsi haricidir. - His injuries are all external.

Tom harici bir hard disk kullanıyor. - Tom is using an external hard disk.

external
dış

Kadınların yüzü giysilerini çıkardıklarında çoğunlukla daha güzeldir, zira onlar o zaman dış görünüşleri hakkında düşünmekten vazgeçerler. - Women's faces are often more beautiful when they take their clothes off, for they then stop thinking about their external appearance.

Konuşma dış düşünce ve düşünce iç konuşmadır. - Speech is external thought, and thought internal speech.

externally
dıştan
external
dışarıdan gelen
external
görülür
external
zahir
external
(Denizbilim) dışıl
external
dıştan gelen
external
(Tıp) dış kulak yolu kanalı
external
dışta
external
hariç
external
dışa ait
externally
harici olarak
external
dışsal
external
durumlar
external
ekstern
external
vücudun dış kısmını ilgilendiren
external
yabancı ülkelerle olan
external
dıştan
external
algılanan dünyayaexternals dışta veya yüzeyde kalan olaylar
external
ecnebi
external
{s} yüzeysel
external
(Tıp) Dış, dışyan, harici
external
dış dünyaya
external
maddi
external
dıştan gelen arızi
external
(Nükleer Bilimler) harici, dıştaki
external
(Biyoloji) eksternal
external
(Diş Hekimliği) Dışa ilişkin
external
yabancı
external
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) dış(sal)
external
gözle görülen
externally
hariçten
externally
haricen
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A person affiliated with an institution in a lesser capacity, for example, as a non-resident or as a part-time affiliate
External
{a} outward, only in appearance
A pupil in a seminary who lives without its walls; a day scholar
a university student who works in a particular type of job for a short time in order to gain experience of that type of work
External; outward; not inherent
Outward form or part; exterior
a nonresident doctor or medical student; connected with a hospital but not living there
{i} person connected with an institution but not residing in it
externally
on the surface or the outside
external
anything relating or belonging to the outside
external
{a} outward, only in appearance
externally
{a} outwardly, in show
External
outside
External
ext
external
Outside the computer case Printers are usually external Modems and hard drives are commonly available internal or external
external
Outward; exterior; relating to the outside, as of a body; being without; acting from without; opposed to internal; as, the external form or surface of a body
external
Units of study for which the student is enrolled involve special arrangements whereby lesson materials, assignments, etc are delivered to the student and any associated attendance is of an incidental, irregular, special or voluntary nature
external
External is used to indicate that something is on the outside of a surface or body, or that it exists, happens, or comes from outside. a much reduced heat loss through external walls. internal and external allergic reactions. internal + externally ex·ter·nal·ly Vitamins can be applied externally to the skin. externally imposed conditions
external
outside of something
external
If medicine is for external use, it is intended to be used only on the outside of your body, and not to be eaten or drunk
external
A link to a node in a different database See Database
external
coming from the outside; "extraneous light in the camera spoiled the photograph"; "relying upon an extraneous income"; "disdaining outside pressure groups
external
Modules which are not included with the base Apache distribution ("third-party modules") may use the "External" status We are not responsible for, nor do we support such modules
external
External means involving or intended for foreign countries. the commissioner for external affairs. Jamaica's external debt. the republic's external borders. + externally ex·ter·nal·ly protecting the value of the mark both internally and externally
external
from or between other countries; "external commerce"; "international trade"; "developing nations need outside help"
external
Located in a workstation on the network
external
Outside of the body system or organ
external
connected with the outside or an outer part; exterior
external
code or data external to a process or program
external
Away from the mesial plane of the body; lateral
external
{s} ectal
external
image An image that may be accessed by a hypertext link from an HTML page but is not automatically displayed when the page loads, as is an in-line image
external
Gurney,Jr
external
purely outward or superficial; "external composure"; "an external concern for reputation"- A R Gurney,Jr
external
In Chinese: Wai Referring to the use of muscular force or mechanical energy in the physical body
external
Not intrinsic nor essential; accidental; accompanying; superficial
external
External experts, for example external examiners, come into an organization from outside in order to do a particular job fairly and impartially, or to check that a particular job was done properly. = outside + externally ex·ter·nal·ly There must be externally moderated tests
external
any thing that is external to (i e , outside of) the work product to be developed and that is relevant to the development process because the external interfaces with it, either directly or indirectly Note that the thing to be developed can be an: application business framework component: data component (e g , file, database) hardware component (e g , input/output device) software component (e g , commercial off-the-shelf package) Note that an external can be any: application business component: data component (e g , file, database) hardware component (e g , input/output device) software component (e g , commercial off-the-shelf package) organization role (a k a , actor) team Note that an external may act on, or be acted on, by the work product to be developed
external
separate from the perceiving mind
external
Outwardly perceptible; visible; physical or corporeal, as distinguished from mental or moral
external
External means happening or existing in the world in general and affecting you in some way. a reaction to external events Such events occur only when the external conditions are favorable
external
happening or arising or located outside or beyond some limits or especially surface; "the external auditory canal"; "external pressures"
external
Something external or without; outward part; that which makes a show, rather than that which is intrinsic; visible form; usually in the plural
external
Outside of or separate from ourselves; Metaph
external
from or between other countries; "external commerce"; "international trade"; "developing nations need outside help" coming from the outside; "extraneous light in the camera spoiled the photograph"; "relying upon an extraneous income"; "disdaining outside pressure groups
external
Foreign; relating to or connected with foreign nations; as, external trade or commerce; the external relations of a state or kingdom
external
{i} outer part; exterior, outside
external
The word "external" is often used to describe forces that act on an object The word in general means from without The phrase "external forces on an object" means forces from outside the object This will usually include the force of gravity and contact forces from other objects
external
the location of illnesses such as fevers and skin eruptions / on the surface of the body
external
{s} exterior, outer; outside
external
Outside the computer case
external
outward features; "he enjoyed the solemn externals of religion" happening or arising or located outside or beyond some limits or especially surface; "the external auditory canal"; "external pressures" purely outward or superficial; "external composure"; "an external concern for reputation"- A
external
purely outward or superficial; "external composure"; "an external concern for reputation"- A
external
A disruption of the nonverbal communication bond between two people so they no longer share an emotional state or connection between the right hemispheres of those two separate persons
external
outward features; "he enjoyed the solemn externals of religion"
external
External modems come in their own small case with winking lights The advantages over internal modems are: They are easier to troubleshoot They can be used on any brand of computer If they get into a snit a freeze up you can reset them without having to turn your whole computer off They do not take up a slot inside your computer See internal
externally
on or from the outside; "the candidate needs to be externally evaluated
externally
with respect to the outside; "outwardly, the figure is smooth"
externally
exteriorly, on or from the outside, outwardly
externally
In an external manner; outwardly; on the outside; in appearance; visibly
externally
visibly
externally
on or from the outside; "the candidate needs to be externally evaluated"
externally
cortically
externe
{i} person connected with an institution but not living in it (as a doctor or a medical student, etc.)
externe
one who cares for the out- patients
externe
An officer in attendance upon a hospital, but not residing in it; esp
externe
An extern; esp;, a doctor or medical student who is in attendance upon, or is assisting at, a hospital, but who does not reside in it
extern

    Расстановка переносов

    ex·tern

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ ek-'st&rn, 'ek-" ] (adjective.) 1530. From Latin externus.

    Слово дня

    contango
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