key

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
anahtar

Araba anahtarlarımı unuttum. - I have left my car keys behind.

John cebinden bir anahtar çıkardı. - John took a key out of his pocket.

{i} tuş

Bu piyanonun yalnızca 87 tane tuşu var. - This piano has only 87 keys.

Onlar tuşları aşağı yukarı hareket ettirdiler. - They moved up and down the keys.

{i} perde

O perdede bu şarkıyı söylemek benim için zor olacak. - It'll be difficult for me to sing this song in that key.

Bu şarkıyı o perdede söyleyemem. - I can't sing this song in that key.

maniple
kiplemek
anahtarlamak
tuşlara basmak
tuş (klavyede)
baş

Tom aylardır klavyesini temizlememişti, ve o tozla, gıda parçalarıyla ve Allah bilir başka neyle dolmuştu. - Tom hadn't cleaned his keyboard for months, and it was clogged with dust, food particles, and God knows what else.

Belediye başkanı ona şehrin anahtarını sundu. - The mayor presented him with the key to the city.

(Ticaret) temel sanayi
(Ticaret) ana sanayi
ses perdesi
(Bilgisayar) tuşuna bastığınızda
anahtarı

Anahtarımı yolda iken kaybetmiş olmalıyım. - I must have lost my key along the way.

Tom anahtarı cebine koydu. - Tom put the key into his pocket.

(Bilgisayar) kiplemek sayısal
girmek bilgisayar
şifre cetveli
sıkıştırmak
asli
(to ile) daha uygun hale getirmek
(to ile) çözüm yolu
başarı için gerekli
açıklama
{f} uydur
müzik anahtarı
çok önemli
ayarlamak
(piyano/daktilo/vb.) tuş
açar

O anahtar bu çekmeceyi açar mı? - Will that key unlock this drawer?

Bu anahtar neyi açar? - What does this key unlock?

(Spor) Basketbol sahasında pota altındaki "ampul" olarak da tabir edilen serbest atış bölgesi
(Mühendislik) kama
{i} rumuz
{s} kilit

Tom kapıyı kilitleyemedi, çünkü yanlış anahtarı almıştı. - Tom couldn't unlock the door because he had the wrong key.

Tom onların onu kilitlemelerinden ve anahtarı atmalarından korkuyordu. - Tom was afraid that they'd lock him up and throw away the key.

{f} uydurmak
{f} girmek [(Bilgisayar) ]
(Askeri) ANA, TEMEL, ESAS, KENET, KİLİT, ÖNEMLİ: Bir işte esas olan ve diğerlerine temel teşkil eden; çeşitli parça ve bölümleri birbirine bağlayan; bir topluluk içinde en önemli durumda olan, örneğin (keyman), (keystone) gibi
böyle bir not sistemi kullanmak
{i} (klavyede) tuş
tutturmak
{s} ana

John cebinden bir anahtar çıkardı. - John took a key out of his pocket.

Kaç tane anahtar? Pepperberg sordu. - How many keys? asked Pepperberg.

{f} akort etmek
{i} çözüm yolu
perdesini
key up heyecanlan dırmak
kilit taşını yerleştirip kemeri tamamlamak
{i} müz. anahtar
soruların çözüm cetvelini vermek
{f} to -e göre ayarlamak, -e uygun duruma getirmek, -e uydurmak
{i} kilit nokta
daha uygun ha
{f} kilitlemek

Kapıyı kilitlemek istedim ama anahtarı kaybettim. - I wanted to lock the door, but I'd lost the key.

kitapta bakılması gereken yeri gösteren not koymak
coşturmak
{i} elektrik düğmesi
{i} çözüm
{i} ses
kurgu
en önemli

Ne yaptığına dikkat etmek başarmak için en önemli anahtarlardan biridir. - Paying attention to what you are doing is one of the most important keys to success.

(Ticaret) temel para
etiket
cevap anahtarı
devreye sokmak
kontak anahtarı
zemberek kurgusu
vida anahtarı
somun anahtarı
dil

Bir dil milyonların anahtarıdır. - A language is a key to the heart of millions.

Sözde herhangi bir dilin hakimiyetinin anahtarı, kelimeleri ve dilbilgisini bağlama yoluyla hayata geçirmektir. - The key to the so-called mastery of any language is bringing the words and grammar to life through context.

tespit etmek
açacak
skeleton key
maymuncuk
key click
tuş tıklama
key depot
özel depo
key field
(Bilgisayar) şifre alanı
key fob
anahtarlık
key gun
anahtar yükleme birimi
key item
(Askeri) temel ikmal maddesi
key item
temel madde
key lock
tuş kilidi
key man
üstün adam
key word
madde başı sözcük
key bit
anahtar dili
key bounce
tuş tutukluğu
key combination
tuş dizisi
key coupling
kamalı bağlantı
key driven
tuşlamalı
key fossil
kılavuz fosil
key groove
kama oluğu
key man
kilit adam
key money
tenek parası
key plug
anahtar deliği
key ring
anahtarlık
key seat
kama yatağı
key shaft
kama aksı
key to disk
klavyeden diske
key to disk unit
klavyeden diske aktarma birimi
key to tape
klavyeden banta
key to tape unit
klavyeden şeride aktarma birimi
key witness
en önemli tanık
key word
anahtar kelime
key account management
Kilit müşteri yönetimi
key angle
anahtar açı
key bounce
tus tutukluğu
key card
anahtar kart
key chain
Zincirli anahtarlık
key code
anahtar şifre
key combination
tus dizisi
key concept
Ana fikir
key disk
anahtar disk
key drop
anahtar damla
key event
kritik olay
key figures
kilit isimler
key fob
anahtar fob
key force
anahtar güç
key holder
anahtarlık
key in
girmek
key lime
anahtar kireç
key oriented storage
anahtar odaklı depolama
key pad
tus takımı
key performance indicator
anahtar performans göstergesi
key player
anahtar oyuncu
key printer
anahtar yazıcı
key qualifications
kilit nitelikler
key range
anahtar aralığı
key rate
anahtar oranı
key role
anahtar rol
key shift
tuşu shift
key signature
(Muzik) Tonal donanım
key signature
anahtar imza
key sorting
anahtar sıralama
key stage
dönem/evre
key stakeholders
ana hissedarlar
key strengths
güçlü yanlar
key to tape unit
klavyeden seride aktarma birimi
key touch
anahtar dokunma
key verify
delgi gerçeklemek
key words
anahtar kelimeler
key encryption key
(Askeri) anahtar kriptolama anahtarı
key in
(Bilgisayar) veri girmek
key personnel
(Askeri) kilit personel
key point
kilit nokta
keyed
kamalı
keying
anahtarlama
keying
tutturma
keying
kilitleme
keys
(Sinema) ana resimler
a key
önemli bir
key account
Önemli bir müşterinin banka hesabı
keys
tuşlar
keys
anahtarlar

Tom anahtarlarını bulduğu için şanşlı. - Tom was lucky to find his keys.

Anahtarlarımı masanın üstüne bıraktım. Onları bana getirir misin? - I left my keys on the table. Could you bring them to me?

key figure
anahtar figür
key figure
en önemli figür
key in
data girmek
key in
girmek [(Bilgisayar) ]
key in
(veri) girmek
key in
kilitlemek
key money
hava parası
key point
(Askeri) KİLİT NOKTASI: İmhası veya ele geçirilmesi savaşın durumunu veya harekatın başarısını ciddi olarak etkileyebilecek merkezi bir nokta veya tesis. Buna (key position) da denir
key ring
anahtar halkası
key to
-e göre ayarlamak
key to
-e uygun duruma getirmek
key up
perdesini yükseltmek
key up
canlandırmak
key up
heyecanlandırmak
key up
müzperdesini yükseltmek
key up
(Fiili Deyim ) heyecanlandırmak , sinirleri gerdirmek
key up
coşturmak
key up
müz. perdesini yükseltmek
key word
(Askeri) ANAHTAR KELİME: Gelişigüzel seçilen ve her birinden belirli harfler alınmak suretiyle bir kripto anahtarı meydana getiren kelimelerin her biri. Ayrıca bakınız: "keyphrase"
key word
şifre
key word
(sözlükte/ansiklopedide) madde, madde başı sözcük
key word
anahtar sözcük

Anahtar sözcük eşitliktir. - The key word is equality.

Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Eski Acem pâdişahlarının nâmıdır
Mercan resifleri üzerinde oluşan, çoğunlukla kumlu ve küçük düz ada
Kum adacağı
Ufak dağlar, kayalar
Engel
KEYS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Zekâ, kavrayış, anlayış, idrâk
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A guide explaining the symbols or terminology of a map or chart; a legend

The key says that A stands for the accounting department.

An object designed to open and close a lock
A crucial step or requirement

the key to winning this game.

: kilogram
To vandalize (a car, etc.) by scratching with an implement such as a key

He keyed the car that had taken his parking spot.

A piece of information (e.g. a passphrase) used to encode or decode a message or messages
: (more usually to key in) To enter (information) by typing on a keyboard or keypad

Our instructor told us to key in our user IDs.

One of a number of rectangular moving parts on a piano or musical keyboard, each causing a particular sound or note to be produced
A hierarchical scale of musical notes on which a composition is based

the key of B-flat major.

: In a relational database, a field used as an index into another table (not necessarily unique)
To mark or indicate with a symbol indicating membership in a class

Indicate the comparative value of each heading by keying it with a number in pencil, in the left margin, as follows:.

To link (as one might do with a key or legend)

The American Heart Association has prepared their own guide to classification and, keying it with the Standard Nomenclature of Diseases, have done much to encourage a concise yet complete diagnosis.

: The free-throw lane together with the circle surrounding the free-throw line, the free-throw lane having formerly been narrower, giving the area the shape of a skeleton key hole

He shoots from the top of the key.

To operate (the transmitter switch of a two-way radio)
An object designed to fit between two other objects (such as a shaft and a wheel) in a mechanism and maintain the orientation between them
One of a string of small islands

the Florida Keys.

: A value that uniquely identifies an entry in an associative array
To depress (a telegraph key)
Important, salient

She makes several key points.

To fit (a lock) with a key
One of various levers on a musical instrument used to select notes, such as a lever opening a hole on a woodwind
Indispensable

He is the key witness.

One of several small, usually square buttons on a typewriter or computer keyboard, most of which generally correspond to a particular character

Press the Escape key.

To fit (pieces of a mechanical assembly) with a key to maintain the orientation between them
A device used to transmit Morse code
{n} a thing to open a lock or explain, part of musical instrument, tone in music, wharf
(Spor) The key, officially referred to as the free throw lane is an area in a basketball court underneath the basket bounded by the endlines, the foul lanes and the free throw line. Usually painted (although unpainted on some courts with painted perimeters), it is a critical area on the court, where much of the action takes place in a game
(Spor) (Basketball) An area at each end of the court between the base line and the foul line and including the jump-ball circle at the foul line: a jump shot from the top of the key
something crucial for explaining; "the key to development is economic integration"
The key to a desirable situation or result is the way in which it can be achieved. The key to success is to be ready from the start see also master key. American lawyer and poet who wrote "Defense of Fort M'Henry" after witnessing the British attack on Fort McHenry at Baltimore on September 13-14, 1814. The poem was set to the music of an 18th-century tune called "To Anacreon in Heaven," renamed "The Star-Spangled Banner," and in 1931 was adopted by Congress as the national anthem. A low offshore island or reef, especially in the Gulf of Mexico; a cay. A kilogram of marijuana, cocaine, or heroin. very important or necessary. In music, system of pitches and harmonies generated from a scale of seven tones, one of which is predominantly important. Keys are a basic element of tonality and represent an outgrowth of modal music (see church mode). When a given piece is "in C," C is its "tonic," or central tone. Most Western music after 1600 is written in either a major or a minor key. The major scale consists of the interval pattern tone-tone-semitone-tone-tone-tone-semitone. The minor scale consistently differs from it by beginning with the pattern tone-semitone-tone, producing a minor third rather than a major third above the tonic. Fitzgerald Francis Scott Key Key West key cryptographic Key David McKendree Key Francis Scott novel with a key
The free-throw lane together with the circle surrounding the freethrow line, the freethrow lane having formerly been narrower, giving the area the shape of a skeleton key hole
effective; producing a desired effect; "the operative word"
A symbol or sequence of symbols (or electrical or mechanical correlates of symbols) applied to text in order to encrypt or decrypt
Information that causes a cipher to encrypt or decrypt information in a distinctive way Individual keys are usually associated with individual entities, or at most a pair of entities
A position or condition which affords entrance, control, pr possession, etc
A bar, pin or wedge, to secure a crank, pulley, coupling, etc
The last board of a floor when laid down
A keystone
Chromatic tones are temporary members of a key, under such names as
a list of answers to a test; "some students had stolen the key to the final exam"
mechanical device used to wind another device that is driven by a spring (as a clock)
serving as an essential component; "a cardinal rule"; "the central cause of the problem"; "an example that was fundamental to the argument"; "computers are fundamental to modern industrial structure"
regulate the musical pitch of
vandalize a car by scratching the sides with a key; "His new Mercedes was keyed last night in the parking lot"
In terms of encryption, a key is a value applied using an algorithm to a string of unencrypted text to produce encrypted text, or vice versa Key length is a factor in determining the strength of encryption
A bar or key, in a typewriter or typesetting machine, used for spacing between letters
An instrument which is turned like a key in fastening or adjusting any mechanism; as, a watch key; a bed key, etc
In a database, a field in a record that is used as a search argument (but is not necessarily unique)
a kilogram of a narcotic drug; "they were carrying two keys of heroin"
(basketball) a space (including the foul line) in front of the basket at each end of a basketball court; usually painted a different color from the rest of the court; "he hit a jump shot from the top of the key"; "he dominates play in the paint"
That part of an instrument or machine which serves as the means of operating it; as, a telegraph key; the keys of a pianoforte, or of a typewriter
metal device shaped in such a way that when it is inserted into the appropriate lock the lock's mechanism can be rotated a lever that actuates a mechanism when depressed pitch of the voice; "he spoke in a low key"
A piece of wood used as a wedge
An indehiscent, one-seeded fruit furnished with a wing, as the fruit of the ash and maple; a samara; called also key fruit
In British usage, "key" is often used as a synonym for what an American would call a wrench Even in the U S , the term "Allen key" is sometimes used for an Allen wrench "Key spoke" is a term I coined to designate the first spoke installed when building a new wheel
When used in the context of cryptography, a series of random numbers used by a cryptographic algorithm to transform plaintext data into encrypted data, and vice versa
a list of words or phrases that explain symbols or abbreviations a list of answers to a test; "some students had stolen the key to the final exam"
A string of bits used widely in cryptography, allowing people to encrypt and decrypt data; a key can be used to perform other mathematical operations as well Given a cipher, a key determines the mapping of the plaintext to the ciphertext See also distributed key, private key, public key, secret key, session key, shared key, sub key, symmetric key, weak key
the central building block at the top of an arch or vault
identify as in botany or biology, for example
any of 24 major or minor diatonic scales that provide the tonal framework for a piece of music
any of 24 major or minor diatonic scales that provide the tonal framework for a piece of music (basketball) a space (including the foul line) in front of the basket at each end of a basketball court; usually painted a different color from the rest of the court; "he hit a jump shot from the top of the key"; "he dominates play in the paint"
Information (usually a sequence of random or pseudo-random binary digits) used initially to set up and periodically change the operations performed in crypto-equipment for the purpose of encrypting or decrypting electronic signals, for determining electronic counter-countermeasures patterns (e g , frequency hopping or spread spectrum), or for producing other key NOTE: "Key" has replaced the terms "variable," "key(ing) variable," and "cryptovariable "
The keys of a piano or organ are the long narrow pieces of wood or plastic that you press in order to play it
A family of tones whose regular members are called diatonic tones, and named key tone (or tonic) or one (or eight), mediant or three, dominant or five, subdominant or four, submediant or six, supertonic or two, and subtonic or seven
the tonality of a scale; the organization of the pitches of a piece of music around a tonal center, or tonic
In a database, a field of a relation constrained to be unique
The keys on a computer keyboard or typewriter are the buttons that you press in order to operate it
The fundamental tone of a movement to which its modulations are referred, and with which it generally begins and ends; keynote
a lever that actuates a mechanism when depressed
Key Stage
Any of the stages of the state education system of the United Kingdom and Gibraltar, introduced with the National Curriculum in 1988, defining the knowledge expected of students at various ages
Key Stages
plural form of Key Stage
key binding
A key, or pattern of keys which, when pressed, cause something to happen

I changed the key binding for pause to the escape key.

key bindings
plural form of key binding
key cards
plural form of key card (alternative spelling of keycards)
key chains
plural form of key chain. an alternative spelling of keychain
key exchange
An exchange of peers' keys at initialization phase of connection
key exchanges
plural form of key exchange
key fob
an item carried on a key ring either as decoration or security
key fob
a remote control for locking/unlocking a car door, carried with the car keys
key fobs
plural form of key fob
key in
to enter data by keyboarding
key into
To grasp; to understand the overall concept of or be acutely aware of the underlying and essential meaning of something. To get it
key lime
A small yellow lime, Citrus aurantifolia, from southern Florida
key log
The log which, if removed, would free up the whole logjam
key log
The key issue or problem, which if (re)solved, would make the current task easy to complete. The issue around which the whole problem revolves

Present conditions are a crisis of confidence. . . . Electric utilities are the key log..

key logger
Software or hardware designed to record keyboard entries, thus stealing passwords or other sensitive data
key loggers
plural form of key logger
key off
To take as a controlling input datum

This logic keys off the user's social security number.

key performance indicator
A financial or non-financial metric used to help an organization define and measure progress toward organizational goals
key press
The act or action of pressing keys; manual input
key press
The depression of an input key; a keystroke
key press
The buffered electrical signal resulting from such an event, sometimes distinguished from the release
key presses
plural form of key press
key presses
Important or indispensable presses, possibly
key set identifier
A value that is used to identify a key
key set identifiers
plural form of key set identifier
key signature
An indication of the key of a composition, giving the number of sharps or flats in the corresponding scale

The key signatures of D major and b minor both have two sharps.

key signatures
plural form of key signature
key to the midway
A type of fool's errand
key to the midway
A Ferris wheel or carousel, due to their central location
Key Performance Indicator
(Finans) Key Performance Indicators (KPI) are financial and non-financial metrics used to quantify objectives to reflect strategic performance of an organization. KPIs are used in Business Intelligence to assess the present state of the business and to prescribe a course of action. The act of monitoring KPIs in real-time is known as business activity monitoring. KPIs are frequently used to "value" difficult to measure activities such as the benefits of leadership development, engagement, service, and satisfaction. KPIs are typically tied to an organization's strategy (as exemplified through techniques such as the Balanced Scorecard)
key concept
Main idea
key player
The key players in a particular organization, event, or situation are the most important people or things involved in it
key signature
(Muzik) The group of sharps or flats placed to the right of the clef on a staff to identify the key
key takeaway
The most important information that has been presented
Keys
The Florida Keys
keyer
A device for signalling by pressing keys or switches
keyer
One who, or that which, keys
key account
A wholesaler's or manufacturer's primary customer that provides the majority of sales volume
key grip
(Film) In US American and Canadian film-making, the key grip is the chief grip on the set. Like a foreman, the key grip directs a crew of grips, some with specialized skills such as dolly grips, crane operators, camera car operators, etc
Key West
A city of extreme southern Florida on the island of Key West, the westernmost of the Florida Keys in the Gulf of Mexico. Fishing and tourism are important to its economy. Population: 24,832. an island off the coast of Florida, one of the Florida Keys, which is popular with tourists because of its warm weather and interesting buildings. City (pop., 2000: 25,478), southwestern Florida, U.S. The southernmost city of the continental U.S., it lies on an island about 4 mi (6.5 km) long and
Key West
5 mi (2.4 km) wide in the western Florida Keys. The name is an English corruption of Cayo Hueso ("Bone Islet"), as it was called by Spanish explorers who found human bones there. In 1822 a U.S. naval depot was set up on Key West as a base of operations against pirates. Now a winter resort, Key West is also a tourist destination. Many writers and artists have lived there, and the homes of Ernest Hemingway and John James Audubon have been preserved
key account
bank account of a very important customer
key fob
{i} security token: small device having a built-in authentication mechanisms
key in
If you key something in, you put information into a computer or you give the computer a particular instruction by typing the information or instruction on the keyboard. Brian keyed in his personal code. = type in
key lime
small yellow-green limes of southern Florida
key money
Payment made to a landlord as an inducement to assure a rental
key money
payment given to a property owner in return for long term use of that property
key personnel
The personnel considered to be of primary importance to the successful conduct of a research project The term usually applies to the senior members of the project staff
key personnel
The roles and qualifications of all key project personnel should be clearly identified Funding agencies need to see WHO will be responsible for carrying out the project’s services on a daily basis
key personnel
People who are critical to the project organization
key personnel
It is expected that the Project Leaders of the constituent laboratories or projects will be regarded as leaders in their respective fields
key personnel
Individuals who contribute in a substantive way to the scientific development or execution of a project, usually only the senior members of the project staff Sponsor permission is usually required to change key personnel
key point
site or installation whose destruction by the enemy would damage the course of the war
key ring
n gelang kunci (kunci)
key ring
In secure communications, a file that contains public keys, private keys, trusted roots, and certificates See also public key, private key, trusted root, and certificate
key ring
A key ring is a metal ring which you use to keep your keys together. You pass the ring through the holes in your keys
key ring
In computer security, a file that contains public keys, private keys, trusted roots, and certificates
key ring
metal ring for holding keys
key ring
a circular ring of metal for holding keys
key west
a town on the westernmost of the Florida keys in the Gulf of Mexico
key word
A word you type into a search engine to indicate what pages you would like it to locate for you
key word
A word used to search a library database or the Internet Key word searches locate results by exactly matching the search word to an item in the database or at the Internet site For example, a search term using the key words "third world" will find items with that exact term, but may not include items that use the term "developing countries "
key word
The first word in a classified ad
key word
a significant word used in indexing or cataloging
key word
a significant word used in indexing or cataloging a word that is used as a pattern to decode an encrypted message
key word
Used in database searches to specify the search criteria Seen on Usenet when using Archie, Veronica, WAIS, Netfind or similar applications
key word
a word that is used as a pattern to decode an encrypted message
key word
A word or words used by the search engines to describe what your website is about Most search engines will allow you a maximum of 5 key words The two top directories (yahoo and open directory) look at your site title and your description to match what people type into the search box
key word
A reserved word or function-name whose presence is required when the format in which the word appears is used in a source program
key word
The most important, or main, word or words in your topic
key word
important word, word from a title or document used as an index to content
keyed
fitted with or secured by a key; "a keyed instrument"; "the locks have not yet been keyed"
keyed
set to a key or tone
keyed
Furnished with keys; as, a keyed instrument; also, set to a key, as a tune
keyed
so adjusted as to be appropriate or brought into harmony; "an industry not attuned to the demands of the market"; "a remark keyed to the situation"; "charges finely tuned to the amount a student can afford"
keyed
past of key
keyed
fitted with or secured by a key; "a keyed instrument"; "the locks have not yet been keyed" set to a key or tone
keyed
{s} locked, fastened with a key, strengthened with a key; having a key or keys (Music); set in a particular key (Music)
keying
Pin-tumbler cylinder offer the possibility of very complex keying arrangements These are the basic terms INDIVIDUAL KEY: key for an individual cylinder KEYED ALIKE: All cylinders may be operated by same key (Not to be confused with Master keyed) KEYED DIFFERENT: Different individual key operates each cylinder (or group of cylinder) MASTER KEY: All cylinders in a group can be operated by one maser key, although all cylinders may be keyed different (Not to be confused with Keyed alike)
keying
The use of symbols, usually letters, to code copy that will appear on a dummy
keying
1) The modulation of an analog signal to carry digital information 2 ) The interruption of a DC circuit for the purpose of Signaling information
keying
  The generating of signals by the interruption or modulation of a steady signal or carrier   (188)  See  chroma keying
keying
Any specification for how a cylinder is, or group of cylinders are, combinated
keying
to key data into a computer file involves entering it directly through the keyboard (gb) key word the word input to a concordance program to obtain the required lines of text (gb) knowledge base a source of rules used by an artificial intelligence program to carry out some task Note that these rules are usually written in a formal, logical notation (tm/aw) KWAL key word and line, a form of concordance which can allow several lines of context either side of the the key word (tm/aw) KWIC key word in context, a form of concordance in which a word is given within x words of context and is normally centred down the middle of the page (tm/aw)
keying
Generating signals by the interruption or modulation of a steady signal or carrier
keying
present participle of key
keying
The mechanical feature of a connector system that guarantees correct orientation of a connection, or prevents the connection to a jack, or to an optical fiber adapter, of the same type intended for another purpose
keying
{i} act of entering data by typing on a keyboard (Computers); special effects process wherein an image or text is inserted into another image (Television & Movie business)
keys
Answer a kind of Set containing the keys of the receiver
keys
Notches on a memory module that help prevent it from being installed incorrectly or into an incompatible system
keys
These are found on keyboards There is an information page on the keyboard Some programmers use icons that look like keys - perhaps for security functions It is quite normal for users to be confused when programmers do this Do not confuse keys with buttons
keys
Report the keys of all the items stored in the dictionary
keys
In cryptography, keys are unique numbers used to scramble data so that someone without a key cannot read the information Also used to create digital signatures
keys
returns an Enumeration that iterates through a Dictionary's keys
keys
Keys are numeric assignments for the various calling features an ISDN adapter supports, like call drop, transfer and hold Also called buttons, keys get their names from the various feature buttons on an advanced multi-line voice phone Incoming calls, for example, are assigned to a key when they arrive at the central office switch To activate an incoming call when one is already on the line, an ISDN adapter drops or puts the current call on hold, then activates the key assigned to the inbound call
keys
The list of keys
keys
>>> s keys() ['Abend', 'Bild', 'Erkennung', 'Hand', 'Fliege', 'Fl\366te', 'aber', 'deshalb', 'gewinnen']
keys
Returns an Enumeration object of the keys (not the values) in this dictionary, which can be used to visit each key in turn
keys
(See St Sitha )
keys
third-person singular of key
keys
Characters within < and > keys are keys to press You can see some of these in the common commands section But for example, if it says press <h> you just need to press the h key control keys: To indicate that you have to press the <CONTROL> key with another key, the ^ sign is used So press <^x> means you must press <CONTROL> and <x> at the same time
keys
(Pattern As String = "*") As GlabDictionary<Unkeyed String>Get By Value Returns a new, unkeyed dictionary of strings where each string is a key in this dictionary that matches the supplied pattern Pattern matching is performed using the Match function provided by this component C++ programmers: even if there are no matching keys returned, successful calls to this method output a valid GlabDictionary instance When there are no matching keys found, S_FALSE is returned
keys
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keys
Returns an enumeration of the keys
keys
Tools that come in public and private form for both encryption and revealing the contents of digital information
keys
Returns an enumeration of the dictionary's keys
keys
Construct an iterator over the keys of the dictionary
keys
Integer array of length 10 to return the keys vector associated with the specified generic name If LBANK is zero, KEYS may be used to select a specific copy of a file
keys
defines the PA anf PF key functions for AROS and AROS BAS
keys
Returns an enumeration of the keys in this dictionary
keys
plural of key
keys
LiveVault Service uses public/private keys to verify an Agent computer's and Vault Server's identity These keys enable the Agent computer and its associated Vault Server to authenticate their identities to each other and to certify that they are to be trusted before they exchange data RSA keys are used for backup and Internet restores; GnuPG keys are used for media restores See also RSA, Internet restore, GnuPG, media restore
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command key
kontak anahtarı car key, engine key
(of an automotive vehicle)
key
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