initiate

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} başlatmak
{f} üyeliğe kabul etmek
(Avrupa Birliği) başlatmak, girişmek
{f} önayak olmak
(into ile) (dernek/kulüp/vb.'ne) almak
kabul etmek
başlat

Ben elimden geleni yapacağım sık sık Ben bir şey başlatmayacağım anlamına gelir. - I'll do my best often means I won't initiate anything.

başlamak
x göster/kabul et/başlat
üyeliği kabul etmek
{f} göstermek
{f} into -i törenle üyeliğe kabul etmek
yetiştirilmiş kimse
{f} sunmak
usta
üye (yeni)
{f} öğretmek
{f} into -e alıştırmak, -i göstermek
açılış yapmak
üye yeni
initiating
{i} başlatma
initiation
{i} başlama
initiated
{f} başlat
start
{i} başlama

Çay ve kahve, güne başlamaya yardımcı olur. - Tea and coffee helps to start the day.

Ne yaparsan yap,doğru adımla başlamak kaçınılmazdır. - Whatever you're doing, starting off on the right foot is essential.

initiated
başlatılan
initiated
başlatılmış
initiation
(Ticaret) devreye girme
initiation
(Askeri) ateşleme
initiator
önayak olan kimse
initiator
(İnşaat) tetikleyici
initiator
başlatan kimse
start
yolverme
start
(Bilgisayar) nesnesini başlat
start
çalışma

Üniversiteyi bitirdiğimde, derhal çalışmaya başladım. - On finishing university, I started working right away.

Tom otuzuna kadar Fransızca çalışmaya başlamadı. - Tom didn't start to study French until he was thirty.

start
çalışmak

Fransızca öğrenmeye başlamak istiyorum. Çalışmak için bana biraz malzeme tavsiye edebilir misin? - I want to start learning French. Can you recommend me any materials to study with?

initiator
öncü
initiating
{f} başlat
initiation
başlatma
initiation
ilk adımını atma
initiation
girme
initiator
başlatıcı
start
sıçrama

Çocuklar kanapenin üstünde yukarı aşağı sıçramaya başladı. - The children started bouncing up and down on the couch.

Tom yatağın üstünde yukarı aşağı sıçramaya başladı. - Tom started bouncing up and down on the bed.

start
(back ile) geri dönmek için yola çıkmak
start
{f} başlamak

Onun planı pazartesi günü başlamaktı. - His plan was to start on Monday.

Çok uzun bir tatil birini tekrar işe başlamak için isteksiz yapar. - Too long a holiday makes one reluctant to start work again.

start
{i} başlangıç

Tom bu sabah geç bir başlangıç yaptı. - Tom got a late start this morning.

Sürücüler başlangıç çizgisindeler ve gitmek için çok istekliler. - The drivers are at the starting line and raring to go!

initiating
başlatarak
initiation
Üyeliğe kabul töreni
initiation
inisiye
initiation
öğretme
initiation
(Nükleer) Kritik aşamaya ulaşmış bir bölünebilir kütlenin zincirleme hareketini başlatan hareket
initiation
ATEŞLEME: Patlama dizisinin ilk unsuru olarak kullanılan ve uygun tahrikin alınmasıyla patlayıcı bir maddenin infilakını veya yanmasını sağlayan bir cihazın hareketi
initiation
Başlatma, başlayış
initiation
Erginleme
to initiate
başlatmak için
initiated
{s} sırları paylaşan kimse
initiated
{s} üyeliğe kabul edilmiş
initiation
kabul/başlatma
initiation
(Askeri) ATEŞLEME: 1. Patlama dizisinin ilk unsuru olarak kullanılan ve uygun tahrikin alınmasıyla patlayıcı bir maddenin infilakını veya yanmasını sağlayan bir cihazın hareketi. 2. (Nükleer) Kritik aşamaya ulaşmış bir bölünebilir kütlenin zincirleme hareketini başlatan hareket
initiation
{i} kabul töreni
initiation
initiatorbaşlatan kimse
initiator
(Askeri) BAŞLATICI: Daha az hassas bir infilak maddesini patlatmak için kullanılan, gayet hassas ve yüksek süratli infilak maddesi. Bunun için en çok kullanılan madde, civa fülminat (mercury filminate) tır
initiator
DEKLANSoR
start
kuş kuyruğu biçiminde parça
start
{i} avantaj

Tom beni daha avantajlı başlattı. - Tom gave me a head start.

start
{i} harekete geçme
start
{i} spor start, depar, çıkış
start
{i} yola çıkma: Let's get an early start. Erken yola çıkalım
start
{f} korkutup kaçırmak
start
başlamak; başlatmak: It started to rain. Yağmur yağmaya başladı. They've started fighting. Dövüşmeye başladılar. Prices start at fifteen
start
irkilme/başlangıç
start
{f} kaynaklanmak
start
{f} koyulmak
start
{f} kurmak

Ben bir aile kurmak istiyorum. - I want to start a family.

Tom yerleşmek ve bir aile kurmak için hazır. - Tom is ready to settle down and start a family.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A new member of an organization
One who has been through a ceremony of initiation
To begin, to start, to introduce
to perform the first act or rite
someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of; "This South African surgeon pioneered heart transplants"
accept young people into society, usually with some rite; "African men are initiated when they reach puberty
[BSG] Map into an address space and optionally assign a reference name Said of a segment Also "to make a segment known" (to a process) To make the supervisor call (or as a side-effect of dynamic linking) that associates a segment number with a file in the file system by making an entry in a process's KST From that point on, references to that segment number become references to that segment, the fundamental illusion of the Multics Virtual Memory On Multics, instead of opening files, a user initiates segments, and all the rest is magic
start
{i} one who has been newly admitted into a group or secret society; one who possesses some special or secret knowledge
To introduce into a society or organization; to confer membership on; especially, to admit to a secret order with mysterious rites or ceremonies
a man or woman who has undergone the initiation ceremony into a sorority or fraternity
To introduce by a first act; to make a beginning with; to set afoot; to originate; to commence; to begin or enter upon
To originate; to introduce for the first time
A network services request sent from a logical unit (LU) to a system services control point (SSCP) requesting that an LU-LU session be established
{f} set going, launch, begin, commence; instruct someone in the basic elements of a subject or skill, teach, familiarize; admit into membership by special ceremony
Begun; commenced; introduced to, or instructed in, the rudiments; newly admitted
prepare the way for; "Hitler's attack on Poland led up to World War Two"
To do the first act; to perform the first rite; to take the initiative
bring into being; "He initiated a new program"; "Start a foundation"
Unpracticed; untried; new
people who have been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity; "it is very familiar to the initiate" someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of; "This South African surgeon pioneered heart transplants" accept young people into society, usually with some rite; "African men are initiated when they reach puberty
an advanced meditator who has reached a universal station upon the Great Continuum of Consciousness, where a direct connection to God is achieved In this exalted state of Being, the meditator is empowered to send the Light of Spirit to others, to bring Divine teachings to others, and to guide others into the Divine Presence
A person who has undergone the rite of entry into a coven, circle, or other organization
To acquaint with the beginnings; to instruct in the rudiments or principles; to introduce
someone new to a field or activity
If someone is initiated into something such as a religion, secret society, or social group, they become a member of it by taking part in ceremonies at which they learn its special knowledge or customs. In many societies, young people are formally initiated into their adult roles. the ceremony that initiated members into the Order. someone who has been allowed to join a particular organization, club, or group and has been taught its secrets
One who is, or is to be, initiated
If you initiate someone into something, you introduce them to a particular skill or type of knowledge and teach them about it. He initiated her into the study of other cultures
The act of Initiation
take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of; "This South African surgeon pioneered heart transplants"
(a bill) to originate a bill in either house of parliament
If you initiate something, you start it or cause it to happen. They wanted to initiate a discussion on economics
To begin or originate To introduce a person to a new field, interest, etc
accept young people into society, usually with some rite; "African men are initiated when they reach puberty"
bring up a topic for discussion
people who have been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity; "it is very familiar to the initiate"
someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field
initiate into society
admit into an organized society
initiation
The form or ceremony by which a person is introduced into any society; mode of entrance into an organized body; especially, the rite of admission into a secret society or order
initiator
One who initiates
initiator
A substance that initiates a chain reaction or polymerization
initiator
A material whose presence in the body eventually leads to cancer
ınitiate
{a} unpracticed
ınitiate
{v} to admit, to instruct
initiated
past of initiate
initiated
{s} begun, launched; instructed in the basic elements of a subject or skill, taught; admitted into membership by special ceremony
initiates
third-person singular of initiate
initiates
plural of initiate
initiating
present participle of initiate
initiation
{i} beginning, commencement; formal admission into some organization or position; ceremony celebrating admission into an organization or position; instruction, teaching of basic knowledge
initiation
The traditional ritual which brings the associate/pledge into full membership of the fraternity or sorority
initiation
the traditional ritual that brings the pledge into full membership
initiation
Someone's initiation into a particular group is the act or process by which they officially become a member, often involving special ceremonies. This was my initiation into the peace movement
initiation
The formal ceremony which brings the new members/pledges into full membership
initiation
Inspirational ceremony by which new members become full members
initiation
The first step in the polymerisation process is the formation of a free radical, Rad*, from oxygen or from a suitable organic peroxide This radical adds to a molecule of alkane and in so doing, it generates another free radical H H H H Rad* + C=C ==> Rad C-C* H H H H
initiation
A formal ceremony in which an individual becomes a full member of a Greek organization
initiation
an act that sets in motion some course of events
initiation
The formal ceremony, which brings the pledges into full membership
initiation
Admission ceremony for an intiate to gain entry into a coven or circle Generally in the form of a ritual with an oath of secrecy
initiation
A voluntary process whereby successive and graded stages of unification and at-one-ment take place between the man or woman in incarnation, his/her soul, and the divine Monad or spark of God Each stage confers on the initiate a deeper understanding of the meaning and purpose of God's Plan, a fuller awareness of his/her part in that Plan, and an increasing ability to work consciously and intelligently towards its fulfillment
initiation
The traditional ritual which brings the pledge into full membership in the fraternity
initiation
this single English word has several meanings Initiation (diksha) refers to the revealing of secret meditation techniques by a teacher It also refers to the unfolding of the potentials of consciousness at all levels (samadhi) as a result of practicing a transformational method or receiving Light Immersion from a Master Teacher It also refers to the stage of spiritual development in a particular band of the Great Continuum of Consciousness, e g , the First Planetary Initiation, the Second Cosmic Initiation, etc
initiation
a formal entry into an organization or position or office; "his initiation into the club"; "he was ordered to report for induction into the army"; "he gave a speech as part of his installation into the hall of fame"
initiation
The process of becoming acquainted with the first rules or principles of any science Entry into a higher and more spiritual state of consciousness Initiation is part of the normal process of evolutionary development, or of progressive expansions of consciousness
initiation
the start of a chain reaction with a source such as free radicals, peroxides, etc
initiation
The act of initiating, or the process of being initiated or introduced; as, initiation into a society, into business, literature, etc
initiation
The formal ceremony during which new members take an oath for full membership into the chapter
initiation
Committing the organization to begin a project phase
initiation
The formal ceremony conducted to introduce a new member into the rituals and traditions of a sorority A new member becomes an initiated member Sorority - Informally, women's fraternities are called sororities Sorority means sisterhood in Latin
initiation
This refers to the formal ceremonies during which pledges or associates become full-fledged members Also know as the ritual, the initiation ceremonies are formal, solemn occasions usually proceeded by several days of intense study and meditation on fraternity history, self-evaluation, and personal development Once initiated, a fraternity member is called a "brother" and can enjoy all privileges of membership Interfraternity Council (IFC) The governing body of Greek fraternities at most institutions
initiation
- A spiritually based ritual which marks the acceptance of a lifetime commitment to the fraternity or sorority
initiation
wisdom as evidenced by the possession of knowledge; "his knowledgeability impressed me"; "his dullness was due to lack of initiation"
initiation
the rites, ceremonies, ordeals or instructions with which one is made a member of a sect, society, etc In metaphysical terms, the undertaking of a certain level of lessons that require great effort and dedication and, if successfully completed, will result in a new level of awareness for the seeker When going through this, the seeker often experiences what has been called The Dark Night Of the Soul When this occurs, the effort and dedication are best pointed towards living in faith
initiation
The formal ceremony during which a new member takes her vows for full membership into her sorority
initiation
a term used with reference to the tantras and specific to the Vajrayana path The formalized permission and introduction to the practice of deity yoga There are three main types; 'empowerment' (Tib : wang kur), 'blessing' ((Tib : jin lap) and 'permission' (Tib : je nang)
initiation
the frist stage of translation; mRNA, tRNA with the first amino acid, and the two ribosomal units are brought together
initiation
Earned by a member of Eckankar through spiritual unfoldment and service to God The initiation is a private ceremony in which the individual is linked to the Sound and Light of God Return to list of ECK terms
initiation
Preneoplastic change in the genetic material of cells caused by a chemical carcinogen Cancer develops when initiated cells are subsequently exposed to the same or another carcinogen
initiation
the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new; "she looked forward to her initiation as an adult"; "the foundation of a new scientific society"; "he regards the fork as a modern introduction"
initiation
The traditional ritual which brings the new member into full membership in the fraternity/sorority
initiation
The initiation of something is the starting of it. They announced the initiation of a rural development programme
initiator
A server or workstation on a Fibre Channel network that initiates transactions to tapes or disks
initiator
A device that begins a SCSI transaction by issuing a command to another device giving it a task to perform Typically a SCSI host adapter is the initiator but targets may also become initiators
initiator
Any agent which starts the process of tumour formation, usually by action on the genetic material, is called an initiator
initiator
the UDI module that initiates a channel operation request The other end of the channel is known as the responder or provider
initiator
SCSI device (usually a host system) that requests an operation to be performed by another SCSI device, the target
initiator
A task (in a mainframe computer) that initiates multiple jobs
initiator
– Device connected to a SCSI bus that is currently designated as the bus master
initiator
The first principal in a delegation "call chain"; the only participant in the call
initiator
Peroxides used as sources of free radicals They are used in free-radical polymerizations, for curing thermosetting resins, as cross-linking agents for elastomers and poly-ethylene, and for polymer modification
initiator
In order for the monomer to become a polymer it requires the help of an initiator, found in the acrylic powder, to cause a chemical reaction The initiator causes the monomers to link up to each other forming a hard substance we know as acrylic
initiator
The initiator of a plan or process is the person who was responsible for thinking of it or starting it. one of the major initiators of the tumultuous changes in Eastern Europe. someone who thinks of and starts a new plan or process initiator of
initiator
A user who creates and submits an Inquiry or Offer Inquiries to Me A list of all Inquiries created by other iSteelAsia com users that fit a user's Selling Preferences Inquiry A non-binding request to other iSteelAsia com users indicating an interest to buy steel based on stated terms Items Awaiting your Action Items Awaiting your Action: Any negotiation that is ongoing to which the other trading party has responded and is awaiting a response
initiator
For Bluetooth, the device that initially requests communication
initiator
A chemical added to help start a chemical reaction such as polymerization or curing
initiator
a SCSI device that requests another SCSI device (a target) to perform an operation; usually a host computer acts as an initiator and a peripheral device acts as a target
initiator
A line-segment or figure that begins as the beginning geometric shape for a fractal The initiator is then replaced by the generator for the fractal
initiator
a person who initiates a course of action
initiator
The substance which provides a source of free radicals for the initiation of a free radical polymerisation This is usually achieved by thermal decomposition: I-I-2i e g of a peroxide
initiator
With reference to L-systems, an initiator is the input string That is to say, it could be anything from rddlu to The initiator is altered by the generator in an L-system
initiator
{i} promoter, instituter; starter, beginner
initiator
A chemical added to help start a chemical reaction such as polymerization Its action is similar to that of a catalyst, except that it is usually consumed in the reaction
initiator
The initial client in a delegation call chain
initiator
The person proposing to buy or replace a product
initiator
A relatively unstable molecule that decomposes into a free radical Used to "initiate" a polymer growth reaction
initiator
- A SCSI device that requests another SCSI device to perform an operation A common example of this is a system requesting data from a drive The system is the initiator and the drive is the target
initiator
The client that starts a TNS connection by sending a connection request The initiator of the connection requires some data or service of the destination
initiator
Is the host SCSI Adapter
initiators
plural of initiator
initiate
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