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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык

Ben sonuçtan asla şüphe etmedim. - I never doubted the outcome.

Yapabileceğiniz ne olursa olsun, sonuç hâlâ aynı olacaktır. - Regardless what you may do, the outcome will still be the same.

(Ticaret) çıktı
{i} sonuç, netice
(Tıp) sonlanım
sonuç ürün
(Ticaret) ürün
(Hukuk) bir şeyin etkisi
(Hukuk) son

Sonucun hesabını vermek zorundasın. - You've got to answer for the outcome.

Seçim sonuçları şüphelidir. - The outcome of the election is doubtful.

Sonuç odaklı
outcome assessment
(Tıp) sonuç değerlendirmesi
outcome measure
sonuç ölçümü (istatistik)
outcome monitoring
(Politika, Siyaset) sonuçların izlenmesi
outcome of meeting
toplantı neticesi
outcome of proceeding
(Kanun) davanın neticesi
outcome variable
bağımlı değişken
outcome of
(Ticaret) sonuçlar

Araştırmamız bu tür sonuçların bu yaş grubunda daha yaygın hale gelmekte olduğunu göstermektedir. - Our research indicates that such outcomes are becoming more common in this age group.

O, savurgan olmanın olumsuz sonuçlarını anladı. - He understood the negative outcomes of being wasteful.

work outcome
Bir işin sonucu
adverse outcome
olumsuz sonuç
health outcome
(Tıp) sağlık sonucu
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The result of a random trial. An element of a sample space

Three is a possible outcome of tossing a six-sided die.

The results or evidence of students' learning experience. Often used in place of desired outcomes

The outcomes of this course are outlined in your syllabus.

Information, event, object or state of being produced as a result or consequence of a plan, process, accident, effort or other similar action or occurrence

A quality automobile is the outcome of the work of skilled engineers and thousands of workers.

Statement of agreed upon results The results of an educational program
Information, event, object or state of being produced as a result or consequence of a plan, process, accident, effort or other similar action or occurrence, as in A quality automobile is the outcome of the work of skilled engineers and thousands of workers
The results or evidence of students learning experience. Often used in place of desired outcomes as in, The outcomes of this course are outlined in your syllabus
Used usually in probability to refer to the outcome of an event
The impact of care provided to a patient Outcomes can be positive, such as the ability to walk freely as a result of rehabilitation, or negative, such as the occurrence of bedsores as a result of lack of mobility of a patient
A result of an experiment
a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon; "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"; "his decision had depressing consequences for business"; "he acted very wise after the event"
1 benefits or changes for individuals or populations during or after participating in program activities They may be influenced by program outputs Outcomes may relate to behavior, skills, knowledge, attitudes, values, conditions or other attributes They are what participants know, think, or can do; or how they behave; or what their conditions is, that is different following a program (United Way of America) 2 behavior changes over time A unit of outcome represents some individual, group, organization, or community with a sustained change in status or behavior that can be attributed in part to the efforts and influences of the agency, program, or project (Kibel, 2000)
the ultimate, long-term, resulting effects--both expected and unexpected--of the customer's use or application of the organization's outputs
A goal statement specifying desired knowledge, skills/processes, and attitudes to be developed as a result of educational experiences  
something that results; "he listened for the results on the radio"
Usually refers to the resulting health or well-being of an individual following some treatment, screening, prevention program or other health promotion intervention Outcomes typically refers to long-term effects, and may include changes in health status, control of chronic illness, decrease in hospitalizations, ability to engage in the activities of daily living, or mortality Used to help determine effectiveness of a treatment or intervention
The results, impacts or consequences of actions by the GRDC and its R&D partners upon the grain industry and Australia's economic, environmental and social resources Planned outcomes are the results that the GRDC wishes to achieve Actual outcomes are the results in fact achieved
The consequence of a medical intervention (e g improved health status, death)
The results of program operations or activities For example, anticipated outcomes of DARE programs may include increased knowledge about drugs and for example, attitudes about drugs and alcohol, and reduced involvement with drugs and alcohol Topic areas: Accountability and Evaluation, Operations Management and Leadership
The results achieved at the level of "purpose" in the objective hierarchy In IFAD's terminology, outcome is part of impact (result at purpose and goal level)
Post-treatment or post-intervention effects
The ultimate, long-term, resulting effect--both expected and unexpected--of the customer's use or application of the organization's outputs [GAO]
Something that follows as a result or consequence When this term is applied to program performance, it refers to measures of how well a program is meeting its mission for its client population For example, a school district would want to know the percent of ninth graders who enter post-secondary education or employment following high school graduation Or a substance treatment program would want to know percent of program clients off alcohol and drugs twelve months after program
A result sought by USAID In ADS 200-203, the term "outcome" is equivalent to "result " (See "RESULT") (Chapters 200-203)
The eventual effect of a scrutiny It is good practice to define and agree the desired outcomes from a scrutiny at the outset, or as soon as possible, and to use that vision to shape and focus the scrutiny work
Outcomes are a result of the program, services, or products you provide and refer to changes in knowledge, attitude, or behavior in participants
All possible demonstrable results that stem from casual factors or activities In medical education, outcome refers to a new skill, knowledge or stimulus to improve the quality of patient care Setting outcomes can be very useful for developing a framework of various results expected from various educational activities Outcomes may be related to the educational process (process outcomes), to the product of undergraduate medical education (learning outcomes), or to the professional role of the physician (performance outcomes)
Sample Space Event Relative Frequency Probability Subjective Probability Independent Events Mutually Exclusive Events Addition Rule Multiplication Rule Conditional Probability Law of Total Probability Bayes' Theorem
That which comes out of, or follows from, something else; issue; result; consequence; upshot
The outcome of an activity, process, or situation is the situation that exists at the end of it. Mr. Singh said he was pleased with the outcome It's too early to know the outcome of her illness. the final result of a meeting, discussion, war etc - used especially when no one knows what it will be until it actually happens = result outcome of
Actual outcome or predicted outcome This is the outcome of a test See also branch outcome, condition outcome and decision outcome
{i} result, effect
The extent of change in targeted attitudes, values, behaviors, or conditions between baseline measurement and subsequent points of measurement Depending on the nature of the intervention and the theory of change guiding it, changes can be immediate, intermediate, final, and longer-term outcomes For example, changes in attitudes and values may be the final outcome of an informational intervention However, changes in attitudes and values may be the immediate outcome of a parenting program that builds on those changes to bring about changes in communication patterns and other skills (intermediate outcomes) Changes in communication patterns would, in turn, strengthen middle school children's resistance to negative peer pressure (intermediate outcome), resulting in a delay in the onset of substance use (final outcome)
– Refers to the following: (1) changes in birth and death rates for a global population, i e , residents of a state, (2) the "outcome" or finding of a given diagnostic procedure, (3) the results for a patient after care, for example, how long it took to restore the patient’s ability to walk or to work
Any one of the possible results of an experiment (cf Probability and Outcome Discussion)
The ultimate, long-term, resulting effects -- both expected and unexpected -- of the customer's use or application of the organization's outputs
basic outcome
(İstatistik) The possible outcomes of rondom experiment
direct outcome
immediate consequence, resultant development
negative outcome
bad outcome, poor results
Learning, results, or consequences Equal outcomes across broad classifications of students (such as gender, race, ethnicity, etc ) that should be unrelated to performance may be evidence of equity
The end results of care and treatment, including the effect on the patient, relatives and the community They may be descriptive, measurable and identified at specific points during or after an episode of health care
This lists what demonstrable skills and knowledge the student will have gained on successful completion of the learning activity of the module
quality of the benefit or impact of educational activities and services on students, clients, and the public
are the results (positive or negative) for clients that may occur during or after their involvement with a program Outcomes may relate to knowledge, skills, attitudes, values, behavior, condition, or status Outcomes may be client-level, e g , improved CD4 count or system-level, e g , reduced rates of perinatal HIV transmission or improved rates of client adherence to combination antiretroviral therapy There can be various levels of outcomes, with initial outcomes leading to longer-term ones An initial outcome for a pregnant woman with HIV might be knowledge that treatment is available that can help reduce transmission to her unborn child An intermediate outcome would be beginning treatment or following the regimen to reduce perinatal transmission A longer-term outcome would be completion of treatment and determination that the infant is HIV-negative
Statements that express the specific intended results of the teaching of the syllabus Outcomes are derived from the content of the syllabus and are arranged in stages They provide clear statements of the knowledge and understanding and skills expected to be gained by most students as a result of effective teaching and learning
The results of an exchange that a person assesses in relation to the inputs to determine if the exchange was equitable
The term child outcome is used to refer to measured/quantified levels of child health, development, learning, or change in levels of competence in the usual range of developmental and education domains of interest to partners of the WyCo Child and Family Campus The purpose of the Children's Campus is to reduce the prevalence of 'poor' outcomes of area children and families The term family outcome, in a similar way, refers to measured/quantified levels of health, development, learning, attained education, or change in levels of competence/ accomplishment of parents and family members The term community outcome is used to measure/quantify changes in programs, policies and practices that result from actions taken by WyCo Child and Family Campus partners
The results, impacts or consequences of actions by the Commonwealth on the Australian community
Results, impacts or consequences of actions by the Commonwealth on the Australian community Outcomes are the results or impacts that the Government wishes to achieve Actual outcomes are the results or impacts actually achieved
The results of our efforts that we know about based on the evidence gathered in assessment
the consequences or results of the program for the client A change or an absence of change in an identified state which is the intended or unanticipated result of an action or set of actions carried out by a program Outcomes can be categorised in different ways eg behaviour (eg self harm, parenting), knowledge (eg understanding the cycle of domestic violence, knowing about tenants rights), affect (eg self esteem), status maintenance (eg remaining debt free), status change (eg moving from unemployed to employed), environment (eg ??)
The impacts or consequences for the Australian community of actions by the Commonwealth
The desired results of an educational system
plural of outcome
In Neuro-Linguistic Programming a representation of what we want in a specific context, involving all representational systems To be well-formed, an outcome is also stated in positive terms, has defined resources that the individual can get access to, is within the individuals control
The results of a Programme or a project, often measured by 'impact' or 'outputs' delivered
statements of changes you desire for your child and family The IFSP team determines these outcomes and uses them in the IFSP
An outcome is an event, occurrence, or condition that is outside the activity or program itself and has an actual effect on, or is of benefit to, Canadians An expected short-term outcome describes what is expected to occur as a direct result of the program activities and products A medium-term outcome is an outcome that is expected to lead to a desired end but is not an end in itself A long-term outcome is the end result that is sought (such as reduced incidence of crimes) A program may have multiple outcomes for each of the different timeframes
The positive or negative changes that occur in conditions, people and policies as a result of an organization's or program's inputs, activities and outputs Outcomes answer questions such as "What is different? To what extent were the organization's goals achieved? What are the unintended results of the program? Outcomes measure the effect of a program or an organization's activities on immediate customers, individuals & groups indirectly affected, and the wider community Outcomes can be looked at in terms of short, medium and long-term
Results, impacts or consequences of actions by the Commonwealth on the Australian community Planned outcomes are the results or impacts that the Government wishes to achieve Actual outcomes are the results or impacts actually achieved
An assessment of a treatment's effectiveness by considering its success as a care solution as well as its cost, side effects and risk Outcomes data is a crucial component of an organization's performance measurements Building outcomes archives also can serve as a valuable resource for use in decision support systems
The results of an intervention In positive behavioral support, desired outcomes include an improved quality of life in addition to reductions in problem behavior
The results of program operations or activities; the effects triggered by the program (For example, increased knowledge, changed attitudes or beliefs, reduced tobacco use, reduced tobacco-related morbidity and mortality )
The changes that you or your Early On team expect for your child and family (hopes and goals) The major principals for outcomes are: 1 They must be collaboratively defined by the family and the Early On team 2 They must be based on the strengths of the child and the family 3 They may focus on the child or family relationship
The effects or consequences on the community of the Outputs delivered, by the Government, through the Department
projected outcome
predicted result, forecast outcome (usually based on partial data used as an indicator)