portly

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çılgınlık
iriyarı
heybetli
iri yapılı
şişman
{s} yapılı
heybetli oluş
{s} iri yapılı, cüsseli, şişman
portlinesscüsseli oluş
{s} iri
{s} iri yarı
port
liman

Doğduğum yer olan Nagasaki, güzel bir liman kentidir. - Nagasaki, where I was born, is a beautiful port city.

Fırtına geminin limandan ayrılmasını imkansız hale getirdi. - The storm will make it impossible for the ship to leave port.

port
{i} iskele

Hangi taraf iskele hangi taraf sancak hep karıştırıyorum. - I always confuse which side is port and which starboard.

port
(Bilgisayar) giriş

Bunları bu şekilde birleştirirsen; 14 girişli bir USB çoklayıcı elde edersin. - If you combine them in this way, you get a 14 port USB hub.

port
sığınacak yer
port
{i} delik
port
{i} duruş
port
şarap/lomba
port
bağlantı noktası kapı
port
liman idaresi
port
{i} iskele tarafı
port
{i} kale duvarındaki delik
port
i., den
port
(Tekstil) açıklık ( aralık-ara )
port
{i} lomboz
port
i., bilg. port, kapı
port
(Bilgisayar) bağlan
port
gaz
port
su
port
(Gıda) porto

Brezilya, Porto Alegre'de Fransa'ya karşı oynadı. - Brazil played against France in Porto Alegre.

Porto Alegre güzel bir şehirdir. - Porto Alegre is a beautiful city.

port
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) giriş yeri
port
(Otomotiv) kanal
port
geminin iskele tarafı
port
bağlantı kapısı
port
açıklık
port
kapak
port
doğal durum
port
(Bilgisayar) bağlantı noktası
port
borda
port
(Askeri) iskele yanı
port
lombuz
port
ağız
port
su yolu
port
(Askeri) geminin sol yanı
port
pencere

Tom pencereden limana gelen gemiye baktı. - Tom looked out the window at the ship that was coming into port.

port
hal

Fırtına geminin limandan ayrılmasını imkansız hale getirdi. - The storm will make it impossible for the ship to leave port.

Kütüphanenin bu bölümü halka açık değil. - This portion of the library is off-limits to the public.

port
(Bilgisayar) bağlantı noktaları
port
(Bilgisayar) çıkış yeri
port
(Argo) valiz

Kumiko havaalanında valizini bir hamala taşıttı. - Kumiko got a porter to carry her suitcase at the airport.

Hamala valizimi taşıttım. - I had the porter carry my suitcase.

port
yolu

Bana limana giden yolu söyler misin? - Could you tell me the way to the port?

Bana limana giden yolu gösterir misiniz? - Could you show me the way to the port?

port
(Ticaret) barınacak yer
port
porto şarabı
portliness
iriyarılık
portliness
şişmanlık
port
(Denizcilik) İskele, geminin sol tarafı
port
limana
port
{i} geminin sol tarafı
port
{i} tavır
port
{i} havalimanı
port
{i} lombar
port
i., den. iskele, geminin sol yanı
port
gümrük dairesi olan liman
port
port of entry ithalât limanı
port
(Askeri) LİMAN: Gemilerin yüklerini boşaltabilecekleri veya alabilecekleri yer. Bu terim, deniz kıyısında, seyrüsefer edilebilir nehirlerde veya dahili; su yollarında gemilerin girebilecekleri herhangi bir liman içermektedir. "ports-limanlar" terimi; hava meydanları, hava limanları olarak adlandırılan hava tesisleri ile birlikte kullanılmamalıdır. Bak. "control port", "indoctrination port", "major port", "minor port", "secondary port", "water terminal"
port
port of call uğranılacak liman
port
liman kenti

Doğduğum yer olan Nagasaki, güzel bir liman kentidir. - Nagasaki, where I was born, is a beautiful port city.

port
{i} gaz deliği
port
{i} buhar deliği
port
açık liman
portliness
iriyarilik, şişmanlık
port
gaz yolu
port
geçiş kanalı
port
buhar yolu
port
kapı

Araştırmacılar evrenin farklı bir bölümüne girmek için kapı kullanırlar. - The researchers use the portal to enter into a different part of the universe.

Kapıcıya bagajımı odama kadar taşıttım. - I had the porter carry my luggage to my room.

port
sol yan
port
port
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Определение portly в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

port
Bir eletronik devreye şebekeye ve sisteme giriş noktası
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
euphemism for fat
{a} grand of mien, stately, bulky, swelling
{s} stocky, heavy-set, stout; stately, having a pleasant appearance
euphemisms for `fat'; "men are portly and women are stout
Bulky; corpulent
Having a dignified port or mien; of a noble appearance; imposing
euphemisms for `fat'; "men are portly and women are stout"
A portly person, especially a man, is rather fat. = stout. someone who is portly, especially an old man, is fat and round (port (14-19 centuries), from , from porter; PORTAGE)
port
Something used to carry a thing, especially a frame for wicks in candle-making
port
A type of very sweet fortified wine, mostly dark red, traditionally made in Portugal
port
To carry or transfer an existing telephone number from one telephone service provider to another.Ferrarama 21: 06, 8 November 2010 (UTC)
port
The left-hand side of a vessel, including aircraft, when one is facing the front. Port does not change based on the orientation of the person aboard the craft
port
A female connector of an electronic device, into which a cable's male connector can be inserted
port
A schoolbag or suitcase
port
An entryway or gate

And from their ivory port the Cherubim,/Forth issuing at the accustomed hour, — Milton, Paradise Lost (1667), book IV.

port
To hold or carry (a weapon) with both hands so that it lays diagonally across the front of the body, with the barrel or similar part near the left shoulder and the right hand grasping the small of the stock; or, to throw (the weapon) into this position on command

the angelic squadron...began to hem him round with ported spears. — Milton, Paradise Lost (1667), book IV.

port
An opening or doorway in the side of a ship, especially for boarding or loading; an embrasure through which a cannon may be discharged; a porthole

her ports being within sixteen inches of the water... — Sir W. Raleigh.

port
To adapt, modify, or create a new version of, a program so that it works on a different platform; to adapt a console video game title to be sold and played on another brand of console. 15px Porting (computing) on Wikipedia
port
To carry, bear, or transport. See porter

They are easily ported by boat into other shires. — Fuller, The History of the Worthies of England.

port
A space between two stones wide enough for a delivered stone or bowl to pass through
port
The manner in which a person carries himself; bearing; deportment; carriage. See also portance

Those same with stately grace, and princely port / She taught to tread, when she her selfe would grace .

port
An opening where a connection (such as a pipe) is made
port
A program that has been adapted, modified, or recoded so that it works on a different platform from the one for which it was created; the act of this adapting

The latest port of the database software is the worst since we made the changeover.

port
A set of files used to build and install a binary executable file from the source code of an application
port
A logical or physical construct in and from which data are transferred. 15px Computer port (hardware) on Wikipedia
port
The position of a weapon when ported; a rifle position executed by throwing the weapon diagonally across the front of the body, with the right hand grasping the small of the stock and the barrel sloping upward and crossing the point of the left shoulder
port
Of or relating to port, the left-hand side of a vessel

on the port side.

port
{n} a harbor, gate, wine, carriage, the larboard side of a ship, opening for guns
port
{v} to carry in form, to turn to the left
portliness
{n} noble mien, grandeur of demeanor
port
the left side of a ship or aircraft to someone facing the bow or nose
port
A connection point on the computer that accepts a cable, allowing communication between the computer and another device
port
To turn or put to the left or larboard side of a ship; said of the helm, and used chiefly in the imperative, as a command; as, port your helm
port
The coarse-grained brownish yellow wood of a small tree (Pisonia obtusata) of Florida and the West Indies
port
A town or city containing such a place
port
land at or reach a port; "The ship finally ported"
port
a place (seaport or airport) where people and merchandise can enter or leave a country
port
Because most network interfaces have only one or two physical ports (the means by which data comes into the computer from outside), you need to designate port numbers for different kinds of IP traffic For example, port 80 is commonly used for HTTP traffic and port 21 is used for FTP Fibre Channel ports come in a number of flavours depending on the topology of the Fibre Channel N_Ports are simple equipment node ports in a point-to-point connection topology NL_Ports are node ports connected to an Arbitrated loop F_Ports are point-to-point ports connected to a fabric Generally this means that the F_Port is a port on a switch FL_Ports are ports connecting from one loop to a switch and thus to a fabric E_Ports are expansion ports used to interconnect switches together G_Ports are classified by some switch companies as ports that can be either E_Ports or F_Ports depending on usage
port
may pass, as from a valve to the interior of the cylinder of a steam engine; an opening in a valve seat, or valve face
port
"Port" is used to describe more than one thing on the Internet, but the most common use of the word you'll probably encounter is this: the plugs on the back of your computer where you connect peripherals such as printers or modems Back to Top
port
One of the network input/output channels of a computer running TCP/IP In the world wide web, port usually refers to the port number a server is running on A single computer can have many web servers running on it, but only one server can be running on each port The default port for world wide web servers is 80
port
An opening in the side of a vessel; an embrasure through which cannon may be discharged; a porthole; also, the shutters which close such an opening
port
A female connector of an electronic device, into which a cables male connector can be inserted
port
carry, bear, convey, or bring; "The small canoe could be ported easily"
port
It contains a large percentage of alcohol
port
1 A network entry or exit point, 2 A measure of CPE equipment capacity, generally based on the sum of the number of station lines and trunks, (e g a PBX with 100 station lines and 20 trunks would have 120 ports), 3 A connection between a computer and an external device (e g a printer port), 4 a connection point on a multiplexer, 5 the process of transporting something (like an application program) from one environment to another
port
Of or pertaining to pornography; lascivious; licentious; as, pornographic writing
port
Port is a type of strong, sweet red wine. He asked for a glass of port after dinner. To turn (a craft) or make a shift to the port side: port the helm; ported sharply to avoid a shoal. A rich sweet fortified wine. to move software from one computer system to another port sth from/to sth. Input/output conduit for personal computers. The serial port was created as an interface between data terminal equipment and data-communications equipment. It processes data sequentially, as a series of bits, and is used to connect equipment (e.g., a modem or mouse) to the computer. The parallel port processes several data bits in parallel and is used to connect peripherals such as computer printers and optical scanners to the computer. The parallel port is faster, but the serial port is cheaper and requires less power. See also USB. Sweet, fortified wine of rich taste and aroma made in Portugal. The name derives from Porto, the town where it is traditionally aged and bottled. Most port is red, but lesser amounts of tawny and white are produced. Peculiar to the manufacture of port is a large dose of brandy given to the still-fermenting liquid (called must). Much time, often decades, is needed for the maturing of fine ports. Port Arthur Port de France Port Blair Port Jackson Port Louis Port Moresby Port of Spain Port Said Port au Prince Port Vila Cinque Ports
port
In sailing, the port side of a ship is the left side when you are on it and facing towards the front. Her official number is carved on the port side of the forecabin. starboard Port is also a noun. USS Ogden turned to port. starboard
port
point of entry / exit for a data stream, either at the back of a computer, or (in the network sense), for wiring from a desktop's IP address to a hub in an IDF closet; each hub generally serves 12 or 24 ports Activating another IP address in a local network may be as simple as throwing a switch (if a port is free) or as complex as buying and hooking-up a whole new hub if no ports are left
port
drink port; "We were porting all in the club after dinner"
port
A treatise on prostitutes, or prostitution
port
A socket at the back of a computer used to plug in external devices like modems, scanners, or printers In a communications network, a logical channel is identified by its port number
port
The left-hand side of a vessel when one is facing the front
port
an opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugal a place (seaport or airport) where people and merchandise can enter or leave a country drink port; "We were porting all in the club after dinner"
port
To carry; to bear; to transport
port
A space between two stones wide enough for a delivered stone to pass through
port
A place where information goes into or out of a computer, or both For instance, the serial port on a personal computer is where a modem would be connected 2 On the Internet, port often refers to a number that is part of a URL, appearing after a colon (: ) right after the domain name Every service on an Internet server "listens" on a particular port number on that server Most services have standard port numbers; Web servers normally listen on port 80 Services can also listen on non-standard ports, in which case the port number must be specified in a URL when accessing the server, so you might see a URL of the form: gopher: //peg cwis uci edu: 7000/ which shows a gopher server running on a non-standard port (the standard gopher port is 70) 3 To port is to translate a piece of software to bring it from one type of computer system to another, e g to translate a Windows program so that is will run on a Macintosh
port
carry or hold with both hands diagonally across the body, especially of weapons; "port a rifle"
port
{i} entry point for goods or passengers; city with a port; left-hand side (in ships or airplanes); interface for connecting external devices to a computer (Computers); transfer of a program from one platform to another (Computers)
port
sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugal
port
transfer data from one computer to another via a cable that links connecting ports located on the left side of a ship or aircraft A young hog; a pig
port
A physical connection, such as a serial port or a parallel port 2 To move a program or OS from one hardware platform to another 3 A number used to identify a specific Internet application(location)
port
{i} type of red sweet wine
port
(computer science) computer circuit consisting of the hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals)
port
A place on the coast at which ships can shelter, or dock to load and unload cargo or passengers
port
In law and commercial usage, a harbor where vessels are admitted to discharge and receive cargoes, from whence they depart and where they finish their voyages
port
An electrical connection on the computer into which a cable can be plugged so the computer can communicate with another device such as a printer or modem
port
the way in which a person carries themselves; bearing
port
The act of adapting a program so that it works on a different platform from the one on which it originally worked
port
To throw, as a musket, diagonally across the body, with the lock in front, the right hand grasping the small of the stock, and the barrel sloping upward and crossing the point of the left shoulder; as, to port arms
port
A type of fortified wine traditionally made in Portugal
port
turn or go to the port or left side, of a ship; "The big ship was slowly porting"
port
put or turn on the left side, of a ship; "port the helm"
port
3 meanings First and most generally, a place where information goes into or out of a computer, or both E g the serial port on a personal computer is where a modem would be connected On the Internet port often refers to a number that is part of a URL, appearing after a colon (: ) right after the domain name Every service on an Internet server listens on a particular port number on that server Most services have standard port numbers, e g Web servers normally listen on port 80 Services can also listen on non-standard ports, in which case the port number must be specified in a URL when accessing the server, so you might see a URL of the form
port
A connection to a computer to enable other devices, such as printers, modems, monitors, keyboards, mice, etc to interface with the computer. A logical connection to a network Different port numbers are used for different purposes, for example, HTTP usually uses port 80 See List of Common Port Numbers
port
To transfer from one state to another
port
(computer usage) The computer part through which a peripheral device like a printer may communicate to the computer
port
A port is a harbour area where ships load and unload goods or passengers. the bridges which link the port area to the city centre
port
A place where information goes into or out of a computer, or both The serial port on a personal computer where a modem is connected On the internet, port often refers to a number that is part of a URL, appearing after a colon (: ) right after the domain name
port
Used also figuratively
port
There are two commonly used meanings A port can refer to a place where information goes into and out of a computer For instance, the serial port on a PC is where a modem would be connected On the Internet, a port refers to a number that is part of the URL (Internet address) right after the domain name Every Internet protocol has a dedicated port -- for instance, FTP services channel information on port 21, HTTP services use port 80 and POP (or POP3) services use port 110
port
transfer data from one computer to another via a cable that links connecting ports
port
bring to port; "the captain ported the ship at night"
port
A place where ships may ride secure from storms; a sheltered inlet, bay, or cove; a harbor; a haven
port
A doorway in the side of a ship, especially for boarding or loading; a porthole
port
Also used adjectively
port
To adapt a program so that it works on a different platform
port
A hardware location for passing data in and out of a computing device Personal computers have various types of ports, including internal ports for connecting disk drives, monitors, and keyboards, as well as external ports, for connecting modems, printers, mouse devices, and other peripheral devices In TCP/IP and UDP networks, port is the name given to an endpoint of a logical connection Port numbers identify types of ports For example, both TCP and UDP use port 80 for transporting HTTP data A threat may attempt to use a particular TCP/IP port
port
A kind of address for the application to listen for datas and for connecting to an other computer The standard-port for the connection between the newsreader and the newsserver is 119
port
To hold a weapon with both hands diagonally across the body
port
A passageway in a machine, through which a fluid, as steam, water, etc
port
An entryway, gate, or portal
port
A logical or physical construct in and from which data are transferred
port
A logical channel in a communications system Each server program, for example, has a unique port number associated with it, defined in the Network Information Service "services" database HTTP defaults to port 80 HTTP defaults to port 443 FTP defaults to port 21
port
{f} turn to the left (in a ship or airplane); hold a weapon
port
located on the left side of a ship or aircraft
port
A port on a computer is a place where you can attach another piece of equipment, for example a printer
port
A port is a connection through which a separate device (such as a printer, plotter, or graphics terminal) may communicate with the computer For more information, see "Connecting a Graphics Device to the Computer" in Appendix C, Graphics
port
A dark red or purple astringent wine made in Portugal
port
To carry, bear, or transport
port
A passageway; an opening or entrance to an inclosed place; a gate; a door; a portal
port
Licentious painting or literature; especially, the painting anciently employed to decorate the walls of rooms devoted to bacchanalian orgies
port
Also called pigeon wood, beefwood, and corkwood
port
Each piece of software on a server (for example, FTP, e-mail, Web, etc) is assigned a port number (e g telnet is assigned port number 23) Generally, the port number is not required when accessing a Web page
port
an opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through
port
The manner in which a person bears himself; deportment; carriage; bearing; demeanor; hence, manner or style of living; as, a proud port
port
A pig; a porket
port
Lascivious; licentious
port
Often refers to a number that is part of a URL, appearing after a colon (: ) right after the domain name Every service on an Internet server listens on a particular port number on that server Most services have standard port numbers, e g Web servers normally listen on port 80
port
The quality or state of
port
The larboard or left side of a ship (looking from the stern toward the bow); as, a vessel heels to port
port
A port is a town by the sea or on a river, which has a harbour. Port-Louis is an attractive little fishing port. the Mediterranean port of Marseilles
portliness
{i} fatness, obesity; stateliness, state of having a pleasant appearance; stoutness
portliness
Bulkiness; corpulence
portliness
The quality of being portly
portliness
The quality or state of being portly; dignity of mien or of personal appearance; stateliness
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Определение portly в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

port
port
port
comp. port
portly
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