periodical

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} süreli yayın
periyodik

Cildin, yılan gibi periyodik olarak dökülüyor. - Like a snake, you periodically shed your skin.

{s} dönemsel
sürekli yayın
{s} devresel
{s} tam cümle ile ifade edilen
{s} belli bir döneme ait
{i} dergi

Dolaşım, bilindiği gibi, derginin otoriterliğinin ana göstergesidir. - The circulation, as is known, is the main indicator of the periodical's authoritativeness.

(isim) dergi
periodically belirli fasılalarla
muayyen zamanlarda
{s} devirli
{s} belli aralıklarla gerçekleşen
peryodik
devirsel
belli zamanlarda çıkan
{s} düzenli yayınlanan
devri
mecmua
süreli
period
dönem

Benim son dönemim iki ay önceydi. - My last period was two months ago.

Üçüncü dönemde İngilizcemiz var. - We have English third period.

period
süre

Sendika belirsiz bir süre için greve gitti. - The union went out on a strike for an indefinite period.

Eğer bir süre evden uzak olursam, posta servisini bırakacağım. - If I'm away from home for a period of time, I will stop mail delivery.

period
devre

Her şahsın dinlenmeye, eğlenmeye, bilhassa çalışma müddetinin makul surette sınırlandırılmasına ve muayyen devrelerde ücretli tatillere hakkı vardır. - Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.

period
devir
period
çağ
periodical issue number
periyodik konu numarası
periodical sürekli yayin
periyodik
periodical inventory method
(Ticaret) periyodik envanter metodu
periodical publications
periyodik yayınlar
periodical publications
gazete ve dergiler
periodical settlement
(Avrupa Birliği) periyodik ödeme
period
(Askeri) süreç
period
nokta

Bir cümlenin sonunda bir nokta olmalı. - There needs to be a period at the end of a sentence.

Benim dilimde , virgül, ; noktalı virgül, : iki nokta üstüste, ... üç nokta şeklinde adlandırılır ve bu cümle bir noktayla biter. - In my language, the , is called comma, the ; is called semicolon, : is called colon, ... are called ellipsis, and this sentence ends with a period.

period
{i} adet

İlk adetinizi hangi yaşta yaşadınız? - At what age did you have your first period?

İlk adetinizi hangi yaşta gördünüz? - At what age did you get your first period?

period
ahit
period
(İnşaat) çevrim
period
period
period
aşama
period
dönemsel
period
ders

3. dönemde Fransızca dersimiz var. - We have French in third period.

Ders saati biter bitmez Tom Mary ile konuşmaya gitti. - Tom went to talk to Mary as soon as the period ended.

period
zaman

Bob'ın üzerine fazla gitmeyin.Bilirsiniz, o, son zamanlarda zor bir sürece rağmen devam etmektedir. - Go easy on Bob. You know, he's been going though a rough period recently.

On yıl gerçekten uzun bir zaman aralığıdır. - Ten years is a really long period of time.

periodically
düzenli aralıklarla
periodically
peryodik olarak
almost periodical
hemen hemen periyodik
period
âdet

İlk adetinizi hangi yaşta yaşadınız? - At what age did you have your first period?

İlk adetinizi hangi yaşta gördünüz? - At what age did you get your first period?

period
çekit
periodically
belirli aralıklarla
periodically
periyodik olarak

Cildin, yılan gibi periyodik olarak dökülüyor. - Like a snake, you periodically shed your skin.

periodically
devirli olarak
; a periodical; a magazine
Periyodik; bir dergi
a periodical
periyodik
foreign periodical
Yabancı periyodik
grey periodical
gri periyodik
non periodical
olmayan dönemsel
period
müddet

Her şahsın dinlenmeye, eğlenmeye, bilhassa çalışma müddetinin makul surette sınırlandırılmasına ve muayyen devrelerde ücretli tatillere hakkı vardır. - Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.

period
sürede

Kiralama süresi kararlaştırılan süreden daha uzun ise, bir orantılı kira hesaplanacaktır. - If the rental period is extended beyond the agreed period, it shall be calculated a prorated rent.

period
{i} regl
period
{i} aybaşı
period
hayız
period
san

Sana ait cümlenin sonuna bir nokta ekleyebilir misin, lütfen? - Could you put a period at the end of your sentence, please?

period
(Tıp) Hastalık devresi, period
period
fizyol
period
{i} ders saati

Bu okulda bir ders saati elli dakika uzunluğundadır. - In this school, a period is fifty minutes long.

Ders saati biter bitmez Tom Mary ile konuşmaya gitti. - Tom went to talk to Mary as soon as the period ended.

period
{i} dönem, devre: a period of political unrest siyasi kargaşaların olduğu bir dönem
period
{i} devir: the Ottoman period Osmanlı devri
period
nokta/ders/dönem
period
dönem nokta
period
bir gezegenin güneş etrafındaki devir süresi
period
jeol
period
{i} dönüm [ast.]
period
(Nükleer Bilimler) dönem,peryot,devir süresi,periyot
period
peryot
period
süre aralığı
period
{i} tam cümle (yan cümlecikli)
period
(Biyoloji) periyod

Bugüne kadar Periyodik elementler tablosunda kaç element vardır? - How many elements are there in the Periodic Table of Elements to date?

O sadece eğlence için periyodik tabloyu ezberledi. - He learnt the periodic table by heart just for fun.

period
(Askeri) ARALIK; DEVİR: Kriptoanalizde özellikle, bir anahtar sırasının başlangıcı ile bu sıradan tekrar edilen bir unsurun başlangıcı arasındaki aralık
period
bir devrin müddeti
period
{i} periyot

Gelecek periyot Almanca bir testtir. - Next period is a German test.

period
asırlar
period
belirli bir sürenin sonu
period
döneme ait
period
dönüm
periodically
belirli zamanlarda
publish a periodical
(Basın) dergi çıkarmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Of, or relating to such a publication
Often contains the most current information in the field, on every conceivable topic, often in greater detail than other publication formats
The primary means for communication of original scholarship or creative work at the cutting edge of research in almost all fields
A publication issued regularly, but less frequently than daily
Published at regular intervals of more than one day, especially weekly, monthly, or quarterly
Periodic
A publication that appears at fixed intervals
{a} regualr, fixed, stated, set, circular
any magazine, journal, or newspaper which is published on a continuing basis or at regular intervals, such as daily, weekly, monthly, etc
A publication that is issued regularly, normally at least twice a year Other schedules are daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, annually, or biannually Examples are journals, magazines, and newspapers See also current periodicals and bound periodicals
A magazine, journal, or similar work issued at regular intervals, such as weekly, monthly, etc and usually containing articles by a variety of authors
{i} magazine, journal
An item which is published on a regular basis, such as journals, magazines, and newspapers
an item such as a journal, magazine, or newspaper, which is published daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, quarterly, etc
material that is published or issued on a continual basis throughout the year, including journals, magazines, newspapers
A magazine or journal that is published at regular intervals Sometimes called a serial
Periodical events or situations happen occasionally, at fairly regular intervals. She made periodical visits to her dentist. = periodic + periodically pe·ri·odi·cal·ly Meetings are held periodically to monitor progress on the case. a magazine, especially one about a serious or technical subject. Publication whose issues appear at fixed or regular intervals. Periodicals generally are considered to include newspapers, which usually have large, unfastened pages and contents with considerable immediacy; and magazines, or journals, which have smaller pages, are usually fastened or bound, and often have more specialized, less time-dependent contents
Of or pertaining to a period or periods, or to division by periods
Journal, magazine, or other publication which is published at regular intervals
A serial publication intended to appear at regular intervals indefinitely Usually contains separate articles or other writings A periodical is a serial, but all serials are not periodicals
Of or pertaining to a period; constituting a complete sentence
A publication with a distinctive title, which appears in successive numbers or parts at stated or regular intervals and which is intended to continue indefinitely Usually each issue contains articles written by different contributors Includes journals, magazines, newspapers, newsletters sold by subscription or at bookstores and other vendors Example: Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Maclean's, Vancouver Sun
A magazine, journal, newspaper, or annual publication which is published at regular intervals
Performed in a period, or regular revolution; proceeding in a series of successive circuits; as, the periodical motion of the planets round the sun
A magazine or other publication which appears at stated or regular intervals
A publication issued at regular or irregular intervals, with each issue usually being numbered consecutively A periodical is distinguished from other serials in that the process of publication is continuous with no predetermined termination
a magazine, journal or newspaper publication appearing at stated, frequent intervals (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc ) Periodicals are housed on the Ground Floor
Regularly issued magazine and/or journals and newspaper Materials published at a regular period of time -- magazines, journals and newspapers Periodicals are one type of serials
Happening, by revolution, at a stated time; returning regularly, after a certain period of time; acting, happening, or appearing, at fixed intervals; recurring; as, periodical epidemics
a publication which appears at regular, or periodic, intervals such as daily, monthly or annually The term periodical includes journals, magazines, and newspapers
{s} occurring at regular intervals, recurrent; cyclic; seasonal, periodic
a publication issued at regular intervals composed of a compilation of articles usually published weekly or monthly [Also called journal or serial ]
A magazine, journal, newsletter, or newspaper produced on a regular basis
a publication issued at regular intervals with no predetermined termination of publication The term periodical includes magazines, journals, and newspapers
The generic name for a publication issued on a regular basis (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly), like a magazine, journal or newspaper See Also: Magazine, Journal
The generic name for a publication issued on a regular basis (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly) like a magazine, journal or newspaper See Also: Magazine, Journal
happening or recurring at regular intervals
a magazine, journal or newspaper A periodical is published at regular intervals in an ongoing fashion (unlike a monograph) The Types of Periodicals table lists examples and distinguishing features of popular, professional, scholarly, and other types of periodicals
Periodicals are magazines, especially serious or academic ones, that are published at regular intervals. The walls would be lined with books and periodicals
A general term referring to any publication which is published at regular intervals of time: weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc
A periodical is something that is published at regular intervals Examples: newspapers, magazines, journals, yearbooks
Material published regularly such as magazines, journals, and newspapers (See also Serial)
A publication that appears on a continuous and predictable schedule Examples include newspapers (daily or weekly), magazines, and journals
periodical comet
Alternative form of periodic comet
periodical check
examination which takes place after a set period of time
periodical cicada
A cicada of the genus Magicicada of the eastern United States whose 17-year or 13-year life cycle consists almost entirely of a nymphal stage spent underground. Upon emerging from this stage, the periodical cicada transforms into a winged adult, mates, lays eggs, and dies shortly thereafter. Also called seventeen-year locust
periodical inspection
inspection which is made at regular intervals
periodical report
report which is made after a certain period of time
period
An epoch, era, time in history or in a person's life

This is one of the last paintings Picasso created during his Blue Period.

period
A specific length of time that an activity (such as a game or a school day) is conventionally divided into

I have math class in second period.

period
A length of time

You'll be on probation for a six-month period.

period
Female menstruation

When she is on her period she can be more disagreeable than usual.

period
A row in the periodic table of the elements
period
Punctuation mark “.” (indicating the ending of a sentence or marking an abbreviation)
period
The minimum interval during which the same characteristics of a periodic phenomenon recur, such as the repetition of a wave or the rotation of a planet
period
A Drosophila gene which gene product is involved in regulation of the circadian rhythm
period
{n} a circuit, epocha, date, end, full point
period
placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations; "in England they call a period a stop" the end or completion of something; "death put a period to his endeavors"; "a change soon put a period to my tranquility" a unit of geological time during which a system of rocks formed; "ganoid fishes swarmed during the earlier geological periods" one of three periods of play in hockey games the interval taken to complete one cycle of a regularly repeating phenomenon a stage in the history of a culture having a definable place in space and time; "a novel from the Victorian period
periodically
{a} at stated periods, at fixed times
Period
pd
period
A period in the life of a person, organization, or society is a length of time which is remembered for a particular situation or activity. a period of economic good health and expansion He went through a period of wanting to be accepted The South African years were his most creative period
period
The termination or completion of a revolution, cycle, series of events, single event, or act; hence, a limit; a bound; an end; a conclusion
period
A complete sentence, from one full stop to another; esp
period
{i} age, era; season; lesson; length of time; (Sports) one of the segments of the playing time of a game (such as quarter, half or overtime)
period
A portion of time as limited and determined by some recurring phenomenon, as by the completion of a revolution of one of the heavenly bodies; a division of time, as a series of years, months, or days, in which something is completed, and ready to recommence and go on in the same order; as, the period of the sun, or the earth, or a comet
period
The time taken for one complete oscillation
period
menstruation: the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause; "the women were sickly and subject to excessive menstruation"; "a woman does not take the gout unless her menses be stopped"--Hippocrates; "the semen begins to appear in males and to be emitted at the same time of life that the catamenia begin to flow in females"--Aristotle
period
The period of a function, f, is the length of the shortest interval over which it repeats its values More precisely it is the smallest number p such that f(x + p) = f(x) for all inputs x such that x + p and x are both in the domain of f
period
(1) The time for one complete cycle, vibration, revolution, or oscillation (2) The time required for a single wavelength to pass a given point
period
At a school or college, a period is one of the parts that the day is divided into during which lessons or other activities take place. periods of private study
period
emphasis Some people say period after stating a fact or opinion when they want to emphasize that they are definite about something and do not want to discuss it further. I don't want to do it, period
period
A horizontal row in the periodic table, such as the second period which contains the elements Li, Be, B, C, N, O, F, and Ne
period
a unit of geological time during which a system of rocks formed; "ganoid fishes swarmed during the earlier geological periods"
period
A period is a length of time. This crisis might last for a long period of time. a period of a few months. for a limited period only
period
The interval taken to make one complete oscillation or cycle
period
one of three periods of play in hockey games
period
    The time required for a complete oscillation or vibration
period
The time required to complete one cycle of AC and is calculated as the reciprocal of the frequency (1/f) It is measured in seconds and designated with the letter T
period
time period: an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
period
Exercise, training, or study periods are lengths of time that are set aside for exercise, training, or study. They accompanied him during his exercise periods
period
The duration of one cycle or oscillation of a periodic phenomenon; i e the reciprocal of frequency S I unit is the second
period
See the Chart of Geology
period
A particular length of time in history is sometimes called a period. For example, you can talk about the Victorian period or the Elizabethan period in Britain. the Roman period No reference to their existence appears in any literature of the period
period
The time of the exacerbation and remission of a disease, or of the paroxysm and intermission
period
The time required for a complete oscillation or for a single cycle of events The reciprocal of frequency
period
The elements in a horizontal row of the periodic table
period
1 The interval needed to complete a cycle
period
The punctuation point [
period
a well-proportioned, harmonious sentence
period
The time interval required for one full cycle of a wave
period
] that marks the end of a complete sentence, or of an abbreviated word
period
One of several similar sets of figures or terms usually marked by points or commas placed at regular intervals, as in numeration, in the extraction of roots, and in circulating decimals
period
the amount of time it takes a body to perform one rotation or revolution In the case of Kepler's Third Law of Planetary Motion it is the time it takes for a planet to complete one revolution, or one orbit about the sun
period
Time required for a satellite to make one complete orbit
period
The time required for a vibration or a wave to make a complete cycle
period
the time required for one cycle in a periodic waveform Period is the inverse of frequency
period
the interval taken to complete one cycle of a regularly repeating phenomenon
period
{i} punctuation mark resembling a small dot (the mark . ) placed at the end of a sentence; end; pause at end of a phrase; full sentence
period
The amount of time required for a single cycle of a sound wave 2
period
one of three periods of play in hockey games the interval taken to complete one cycle of a regularly repeating phenomenon a stage in the history of a culture having a definable place in space and time; "a novel from the Victorian period
period
a stage in the history of a culture having a definable place in space and time; "a novel from the Victorian period"
period
[Obs
period
One of the great divisions of geological time; as, the Tertiary period; the Glacial period
period
The interval of time over which a cyclic vibration repeats itself
period
Appropriate for a given historical era
period
1 The interval needed to complete a cycle of a recurring event such as time between two consecutive like phases of the tide 2 Any specific duration of time
period
To come to a period; to conclude
period
And nothing else; and nothing less; used for emphasis
period
A complete musical sentence
period
] "You may period upon this, that," etc
period
a punctuation mark ( ) placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations; "in England they call a period a stop"
period
– the time it takes to complete one oscillation or cycle
period
a punctuation mark
period
{i} menstrual period, menstrual cycle
period
Period costumes, furniture, and instruments were made at an earlier time in history, or look as if they were made then. dressed in full period costume
period
The period of a satellite is the time it takes to complete one orbit
period
an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
period
A signal that repeats the same pattern over time is called periodic, and the period is defined as the length of time encompassed by one cycle, or repetition The period of a periodic waveform is the inverse of its fundamental frequency
period
placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations; "in England they call a period a stop"
period
the interval of time required for a satellite to complete an orbit
period
the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause; "the women were sickly and subject to excessive menstruation"; "a woman does not take the gout unless her menses be stopped"--Hippocrates; "the semen begins to appear in males and to be emitted at the same time of life that the catamenia begin to flow in females"--Aristotle
period
the end or completion of something; "death put a period to his endeavors"; "a change soon put a period to my tranquility"
period
] "You may period upon this, that,"
period
A period is the punctuation mark which you use at the end of a sentence when it is not a question or an exclamation. period costume/furniture etc clothes, furniture etc in the style of a particular time in history. In geology, the basic unit of the geologic time scale. During these spans of time, specific systems of rocks were formed. Originally, the method for defining the sequence of periods was relative; it was based on stratigraphy and paleontology. Carbon-14 dating and similar methods are now used to determine absolute ages for various periods. Baroque period Cambrian Period Carboniferous Period Cretaceous Period Devonian Period Genroku period Heian period Heisei period Jurassic Period Kamakura period Meiji period Mesolithic Period Mississippian Period Muromachi period Nara period Neolithic Period Ordovician Period Paleolithic Period Pennsylvanian Period Permian Period Quaternary Period Showa period sidereal period Silurian Period Spring and Autumn period synodic period Taisho period Tertiary Period Tokugawa period Triassic Period Warring States period
period
The repeating length including one "positive" and one "negative" amplitude displacement The period is a measure of the frequency of the displacement Period length is typically influenced by duct reel memory Lengths representing the circumference of the duct reel are a good place to start The shorter the period, the higher the Duct Factor and the greater the bend in any given length of duct In this model, the period must be greater than zero and at least three times the amplitude However, the period cannot be greater than half of the total run length
period
To put an end to
period
When a woman has a period, she bleeds from her womb. This usually happens once a month, unless she is pregnant
period
The time to complete a cycle
period
A stated and recurring interval of time; more generally, an interval of time specified or left indefinite; a certain series of years, months, days, or the like; a time; a cycle; an age; an epoch; as, the period of the Roman republic
periodically
intermittently
periodically
In a periodical manner
periodically
in a sporadic manner; "he only works sporadically"
periodically
from time to time; in a repeating manner; in a seasonal manner
periodically
In a regular periodic manner
periodicals
For all serials up to 14" in height The basic price includes Standard Periodical Collation (sequence check, quick check for completeness and gutter margins, and verification of leaf attachment method ), F grade Buckram in the library's choice of 24 colors, up to 7 lines of stamping, double fan gluing or oversewing, rounding and backing, cotton backlining, and ropes used in casemaking for serials 1" thick or over
periodicals
General term for publications that are issued at regular intervals (daily, weekly, monthly) Other commonly used terms are: magazines --published for the general reader (e g Time, Newseek, Sports Illustrated); journal -- published for a special group, learned society or profession (e g Journal of the Medical Association) and serial
periodicals
A publication with a distinctive title intended to appear in successive numbers or parts at stated or regular intervals and, as a rule, for an indefinite time; magazines and newspapers are periodicals
periodicals
P Periodicals - publications that appear on a regular schedule Popular periodicals are called "magazines" and scholarly periodicals are called "journals"
periodicals
magazines, journals, and newspapers (from the word periodic, which means "at regular periods")
periodicals
Publications issued regularly, most frequently monthly, weekly or 4 times a year, in contrast to books published only once Their coverage may be confined to a particular subject, e g , Automotive News, or may cover varied subjects, e g , Time
periodicals
– A mail class (formerly called second-class mail) consisting of magazines, newspaper, or other publications formed on printed sheets that are issued at least four times a year at regular, specified intervals (frequency) from a known office of publication Periodicals usually must have a list of subscribers and/or requesters, as appropriate
periodicals
A publication issued at regular intervals, usually more frequently than annually, eg a monthly magazine, or a quarterly journal Each issue usually contains separate articles or other writings See also: serial, journal
periodicals
Publications that come out on a regular basis such as every week or every month Magazines and journals are types of periodicals
periodicals
Publications issued at regular intervals of less than a year On SPECTRUM PERIODICALS are referred to as MAGAZINES A SCHOLARLY JOURNAL usually contains articles on research and development, news, proceedings, or transactions in a particular field A MAGAZINE contains news stories or articles on various subjects and written for a general audience A TRADE JOURNAL is published for particular business/industry Typically includes a great deal of advertising Often the subscription is free Subscriptions to association journals are usually included in the price of the association membership
periodicals
plural of periodical
periodicals
Commercial and nonprofit rates Magazines and newspapers and other printed publications that are issued at least four times per year at regular, specified intervals Periodicals usually must have a list of subscribers or requesters
periodicals
Publications which are issued at least twice a year, including journals, magazines and newspapers Records for periodical titles are listed in DPER or DNEW databases in the BMCC Library Catalog Some periodicals are now available through the Library Web site They are generally called electronic journals or e-journals See also the entry on Serials
periodicals
Publications that are issued at least twice a year, including journals, magazines and newspapers
periodicals
Formerly called second-class mail Magazines, newspapers, or other periodical publications issued at least four times a year at regular, specific intervals
periodicals
A periodical is a magazine or journal that is published periodically instead of daily, like a newspaper This is one of the three publication types available in the ProQuest collections
periodicals
Publications issued at regular intervals of less than a year (e g , magazines, journals, newspapers)
periodicals
Magazines, plain and simple Some periodicals are online and you can access them through periodical databases at the library or at home with a library card
periodicals
A class of mail consisting of magazines, newspapers, or other publications that are issued at least four times a year at regular, specified intervals Among other restrictions, there must be at least a 50% paid circulation and containing no more than 75% advertising in half the issues published during a 12-month period
periodicals
Publications such as magazines, newspapers, and journals that are published at intervals-usually daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly
periodicals
An umbrella term describing materials that are published on a continuous and predictable schedule, such as journals, magazines, and newspapers To find out if Tisch owns a particular periodical, do a Title search in the catalog To find out if an article on a particular topic (or by a particular author) can be found, do a keyword search in a periodicals database
periodicals
A collective name for journals and magazines Periodicals do not circulate
periodicals
The library's printed collection of scholarly journals, popular magazines, newspapers, and other serials
periodicals
publications published on a regular schedule (e g , monthly, quarterly, etc ), such as journals, magazines, or newspapers
periodicals
Publications issued on a regular or periodic basis Newspapers, magazines, newsletters, scholarly, professional, trade, and popular journals are examples of periodicals ( Also known as a serial because it is published on an ongoing basis )
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